Kathryn Szoka Photography

 

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Kathryn Szoka is a free-lance and fine art photographer, known for her Vanishing Landscapes © series, which chronicles the changing East End landscape. An ardent naturalist, Szoka photographs C.S.A. farms and private gardens through the seasons for clients.  Her publications include Sag Harbor Is: A Literary Celebration and The Quail Hill Farm Cookbook.  Other photograph essays include Life Along the Turnpike:  Bridgehampton Today and Black & Green:  Contemporary Life in a Coal Patch.  Szoka is co-owner of Canio’s Books, Sag Harbor.

 

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~ by Canio's on May 21, 2010.

2 Responses to “Kathryn Szoka Photography”

  1. Dear Kathryn,

    I am a friend of several people you know including Gail Kern, Bob Tepe and Francis Fleetwood. I am interested in taking photography lessons from you with another friend of mine beginning in September. We are looking for basic photography lessons to start. Please let me know if this is possible. My home telephone number is 631-329-7403, or email address below.

    Thank you.

  2. Beautiful photography! I especially love the photo of the doves–exquisite! I am a published writer and photographer, but also open to learning from others and you, Kathy, are always an inspiration! Canio’s is a special place for me to go and “disappear” for an hour or so. Nostalgic but preserved, and especially stocked full of amazing old books, is how I would describe Canio’s.
    The cozy book stores from my day are slowly vanishing and that just can’t happen! Nowadays I make it a point to shop in (and BUY) as many ‘mom-and-pop’ stores I find on Long Island..
    Nothing is more inviting than a book store with that musty book smell and the maze of bookshelves and bins everywhere you turn. I love that Canio’s makes the atmosphere even cozier with the big comfy chairs to plop into whilst looking through an armful of Canio’s books!!

    On another note: Is anyone aware of any ongoing local photo contests? I’d love to enter a few this year. Anyway, thanks for Canio’s; your book store feels like home away from home! ❤
    Jenine Boisits
    Sag Harbor

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