Ed Snyder is having a show of his photography at St. Asaph Gallery, Feb. 17 – Mar. 16 2008.
Drawing from his experience as a paramedic in Harlem, the author takes us on a gritty ride through the squalid backstreets of NYC circa 1990. Through his main character Frank, a paramedic, Mr. Burke relates life through ambulance calls with gruesome clarity and realism.
Greetings! I’ll be exhibiting some of my cemetery photography at the new Mugshots CoffeeHouse location in Manayunk, Sept. 4 – 30, 2006. You can now buy products with Celestial Angel (to the left) and Cemetery (featured in Death Depicted in Cemetery Symbolism – Part 2).Mugshots CoffeeHouse & Cafe 110 Cotton Street. Philadelphia, PA 19127 Just […]
For the first time, I’ve mixed the content of one of my shows–angels and demons. I was offered the opportunity to hang work at Mugshots, a coffee house in the Fairmount section of Philadelphia. As Mugshots is right across the street from Eastern State Penitentiary, I decided to show both bodies of work (especially since […]
A bit of self promotion: Cemetery and Penitentiary Photography by Ed Snyder July 3 – 31, 2006 Mugshots CoffeeHouse 21st & Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19130 (267) 514-7145