300 S. Jefferson St., Arlington, VA 22204  (703) 998-5328

Goddard College Plainfield, VT M.A. Photography 1977
Trinity College Hartford, CT B.A. Political Science 1974

Clients include:
The Washington Post Magazine, National Geographic Explorer, Vogue, People, Elle,Children’s Defense Fund, Mobil, AFL-CIO, American Express, Xerox, Details, United Way, Ms., AT&T, Texaco, Lifetime TV, Washingtonian, Jewish Monthly, Children’s Hospital, AARP, National Institutes of Health, AFSCME, American Psychological Association, Bureau of the Census, US Holocaust Museum, Bell Atlantic, Folger Shakespeare Library, and numerous others. Complete list on request.

Northern Virginia Community College, Woodbridge, VA adjunct professor   8/06 to 4/07
George Mason University, Fairfax VA   adjunct professor   8/03- 12/03
Shepherd College, Shepherdstown, WVA 8/86-12/89
Arlington County Public Schools, Arlington, VA 1976-81, 1983-85
National Cathedral School, Washington, DC 1981-83
Alternative Learning Center, American University, Washington, DC 1977


National Endowment for the Arts 1980

Chief photographer for the Arlington Photographic Documentary Project, funded by an NEA Survey Grant. A contemporary record of Arlington VA consisting of 125 photographs and an extensive catalog was produced.

Arlington Commission for the Arts 1993 “One Kid, One Kid” Enlarged polaroid prints with text of a year in the life of my daughter.

Arlington County Library Grant 1981

Teacher Innovative Fund Grants 1979, 1981

Arlington Arts Center 1996 to create new documentary work of Arlington, VA.

Northern Virginia Jewish Community Center to create the exhibition “Circles Within Circles: Jewish Time Frames” with poet Sherri WaasShunfenthal 2003


2002  National Havurah Institute, Poretsky Fellowship.
2005 Virginia Center for  the Creative Arts Fellowship
2008-9 Maccabi ArtsFest Artist in Residence

JEWISH FATHERS: A Legacy of Love
Published by Jewish Lights, 2004. Text by Paula Wolfson, photographs by Lloyd Wolf

JEWISH MOTHERS: Strength Wisdom Compassion
Published by Chronicle Books, 2000. Text by Paula Wolfson, photographs by Lloyd Wolf.

FACING THE WALL: Americans at the Vietnam Memorial
Published by Macmillan Books, 1986. Text by Duncan Spenser, photographs by Lloyd Wolf.

APRIL FOOL, 2010  (






TEENAGERS – 1985-88 Washington Post Magazine cover story, 1988.

DRUG REHABILITATION IN PRISON – 1989-1991 Documenting a pilot program at Lorton Reformatory, Washington, DC’s main prison. City Paper cover story, 1990.

DEADHEADS – collaboration with Sociology Department of the University of North Carolina-Greensboro documenting the fans of The Grateful Dead. Book in progress. A video was produced and shown nationwide on PBS,1989.

MARCH OF THE LIVING – coverage of a pilgrimage of 3,000 Jewish teen-agers to Holocaust sites in Poland, followed by a visit to Israel. Jewish Monthly cover story, 1990.

GRANDMA’S HOUSE – documentation of a program in Washington, DC that cares for babies born HIV-positive. 1991 to 1995.

MOROCCAN JEWRY – photographed the Jewish community of Morocco. Cover stories for Forward, Jewish Monthly, and The Exponent, 1992.

OPERATION UNDERSTANDING/DC – documenting an education and outreach project for Black and Jewish youth. 1995 to present

RED THREAD – exploration of Jewish family roots in Europe and Israel- with my daughter Emma. 1998

OT AZOY – photographs of klezmer musicians. 1999 to present.

JERUSALEM -Walls & Bridges- photographs & interviews of citizens of Jerusalem Israel in conjunction with writer Carol Grosman’s “Jerusalem Stories.” 2002-present

JEWELS: Women of Color Adorned – African-American women and their jewelry. 2005 to 2006

GREAT LOVE STORIES FROM THE HOLOCAUST – documenting Holocaust survivor couples, in collaboration with Moment magazine. 2004 to 2007

SHRINES – photographs of the homemade memorials created along Washington DC streets as tributes to the individuals murdered in the ongoing violence that plagues the city. 2003 to present. Feature essay published in the Washington Post Magazine, March 2008 and the New York Times online 2009

Corcoran School of Art, National Gallery of Art, Columbia Museum of  Art, Photoworks, Institute for Policy Studies, Kellogg Fellows Foundation, Georgetown University, Washington Center for Photography, AFSCME, Earlham College, Washington Board of Jewish Education, Smithsonian Institution, University of Massachusetts, Northern Virginia Community College, Frostburg State College, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Politics & Prose, Jewish Museum of New York, Skirball Cultural Center, Converse College, SC, Society for Photographic Education, Jewish Folk Arts Festival. Compete list on request

WPFW and WAMU Radio 1986; Museum and Arts 1989; Washington Post 1994; Washington Jewish Week 1994, Business Forward 2001, elan Oct 2002, Washington City Paper  Sept 2007, Journeys to a Jewish Life 2007, Washington Informer Dec 2007, Dec 2011

CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES KURALT, 1990; Washington Post, 1990; City Paper, 1990, WAVY-TV, 1992, ACTV-31, 1994, WUSA-TV, 1995, WPGC-FM, 1995, CBS Cable News FAST FORWARD, 1997, NewsChannel 8, 1999, WUST-AM 2000.

Included in: BANNED IN DC (Sun Dog Press) 1988; The Picture Professional Winter 1989-90; SHOTS summer 1991; Contact summer 1992; Caught in the Crossfire (Walker Books) 1995; fullbleed 1997; International Jewish Monthly 1997; Who Cares 1999; horizonmagazine (web magazine)  1999; The Essential Klezmer (Algonquin Books) 2000; (web magazine) 2000; Deadhead      Social Science (Altimira Press) 2000; Arlington: Images of America (Arcadia Press) 2000; Elan, 2003. Kerem, 2007, The Grateful Dead in Concert (McFarland & Co.), 2010; The Sun, 2011; Beyond Politics: Inspirational People of Israel (Mazo Publishers), 2011

Chosen as one of Washington, DC’s “Twelve Top Photographers” by Washingtonian, June 1981; cited by Eastman Kodak as one of the top 15 high school photography teachers in the country, 1983; “Who’s Who in American Photography”1988; ADDY Awards- Art Directors Club of Washington -one First Place, one Finalist, 1989. Citation, 1990; MARKY Awards -Second Place, 1990; OZZIE Awards -Magazine Design and      Production, Best Cover for a consumer magazine, 1990; Washington Edpress- Excellence In Print- 1990-91, Gold Award, Silver Award- 1993; Printing Industries of Metropolitan Washington– Judges’ Award 1991; National Edpress- Finalist1992; Society of National Association Publications– Excel Award/First Place      for cover photography- 1992; American Jewish Press Association– Simon Rockower Award- First Place for Excellence in Photography- 1993 and 2006; Art Direction Magazine- First Place (in-house magazines)- 1994; JWB      Communications      Competition– Award for Excellence- 1995; Educational Press Association of America–      Distinguished Achievement Award- 1995; International Labor Communications Association– First Award- 1995.      Healthcare      Marketing Advertising Awards– Silver Award, Bronze Award- 1998, Silver Award 1999; NACRI –     National Association of Childrens’ Hospitals & Related Institutions Awards- two Finalists -1999; Communicator      Awards– Crystal Award of Excellence- 1999, Top Ten Black & White Websites Black & White World- 2001;      Evangelical Press Association, photo feature, 2nd place- 2002; Associated Church Press, 3rd place- 2002;      Maternal Infant Services Exhibition, New Zealand two first place awards – 2003: 2006 Healthcare Advertising      Awards – Bronze, 2006; Association Trends, Silver Medal ; magazine cover, 2008

Grandma’s House- Men Who Make A Difference, 1991
Washington Urban League- Black and White Together, 1995
Whitman Walker Clinic – Art for Life honoree, 2010

Volunteer with “SHOOTING BACK” teaching photography to homeless children, 1989-1991.
Volunteer photo teacher with at-risk youth, 1991-present (“Streets To Skills/Voices from the Street”)
Volunteer teacher and consultant with Arlington Mill Photo Program for immigrant youth 1999-present
Curator of Exhibition “New To You” – Washington Center for Photography, 1989.
Board Member, 1989-90 of the Washington Center for Photography.
Curator of Exhibition “New Visions” – Black & White Gallery, 2004
Steering Committee – Fabrangen Havurah, 2004 to 2011. Chair, 2008-2010.

Senate and House of Representatives News Photographers Gallery
Society for Photographic Education

Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC; National Museum of Fine Arts, Hanoi, Republic of Vietnam; The Library of Congress, Washington, DC; Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC; Arlington County (VA) Public Library, Virginia Collection; Sony Gallery, American University of Cairo, Cairo, Eygpt; Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York, New York.Museum of Tolerance (Simon Wiesenthal Center) Los Angeles, CA., Hebrew Union College, New York NY; Plotkin Museum, Scottsdale AZ

University of California, ASUC Studio, Berkeley, CA  9/79
Amarillo College, Workroom Gallery, Amarillo, TX  10/80
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA  9/80
Colorfax Gallery, Cleveland Park, Washington, DC  3/82
Odessa College, Odessa, TX  8/83
Prairie State College, Chicago, IL  11/83
Jones Troyer Gallery, Washington, DC  6/86
A Personal Gallery, Greensboro, NC  10/86
ABCNoRio, New York, NY  7/87
Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, IL  3/88
Amarillo College, Southern Light Gallery, Amarillo, TX  9/87
University of California, Galleria, San Francisco, CA  7/88
Virginia Intermont College, Bristol, VA  9/90
Earlham College, Earlham, IN  4/91
American University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt  1/92
Jewish Community Center (JCCNV), Fairfax, VA  3/92
Calvin Diego Gallery, Frederick, MD  8/92
GO!, Arlington, VA  5/93
DC Jewish Community Center, Washington, DC  3/95
Mattawoman Creek Art Center, Marbury, MD  3/97
Blue Elephant Art Center, Frederick, MD  3/99
Bnai Brith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC  5/00
Goldman Gallery, JCC  of Greater Washington, Rockville, MD  1/01
Black and White, Arlington, VA  2/01
Hebrew Union College, New York, NY 4/01
Sylvia Plotkin Museum, Scottsdale AZ  1/02
Goodman Museum, West Bloomfield, MI  3/02
Thoreau Gallery, Franklin Pierce College, Rindge NH  8/02
Jewish Community Center (JCCNV), Fairfax, VA  10/02
Nathan D. Rosen Museum, Boca Raton FL 2/03
Jewish Community Center (JCCNV), Fairfax, VA  9/03
Tucson Jewish Community Center, Tucson AZ  1/04
Deutser Gallery, Houston JCC, Houston TX  3/04
Hebrew Union College Museum, New York NY 7/04
UJA Federation Gallery, New York NY  9/04
Goldman Gallery, JCC of Greater Washington, Rockville, MD  10/04
Futernick Gallery, Alper JCC, Miami, FL  11/04
Nathan D. Rosen Museum, Boca Raton FL  1/05
Beth Sholom Judaica Museum, Roslyn NY  2/05
Jewish Community Association, Austin TX   6/05
Deutser Gallery, Houston JCC, Houston TX  9/05
Sixth & I Historic Synagogue, Washington DC  12/05
Tucson Jewish Community Center, Tucson AZ  4/06
Marin Osher Jewish Community Center, Marin CA   5/06
Peninsula JCC, Foster City, CA   5/06
Sixth and I Historic Synagogue, Washington DC  1/07
US Geological Survey, Reston VA   2/07
Jerusalem Stories, multiple venues, Jerusalem Israel, 2007-2008
Shepherd University, Shepherdstown WV, 3/09
Bodzin Gallery JCCNV, Fairfax VA   11/10
DC Jewish Community Center, Washington DC   12/11
Bnai Brith Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC  7/12
November Gallery, Weinstein JCC, Richmond VA  10/12
Futernick Gallery, Alper JCC, Miami, FL  10/12
Temple Judea Museum, Keneseth Israel, Elkins Park PA   2/13
Park Avenue Synagogue, New York  3/13

Widener Gallery, Trinity College, Hartford, CT 11/73
Matrix, Hartford, CT 4/74
JET Studio, Washington, DC 3/77
Alfred University, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred, NY 1/79
Local 1734 Art Collective, Washington, DC 3/79
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA 11/80
Intuitiveye, Washington, DC 3/81
Appalachian State University, Farthing Gallery, Boone, NC 10/81
County College of Morris, Randolph, NJ 5/83
Brookdale Community College, Monmouth, NJ 6/83
Greenspring Gallery, Alexandria, VA 8/83
Washington Project for the Arts (WPA), Washington, DC 9/87
University of Massachusetts, Boston, MA 3/88
Touring Exhibition, New England Foundation for the Arts 1989
Washington Project for the Arts (WPA), Washington, DC 2/89
Tuttle Gallery, McDonogh School, McDonogh, MD 4/89
Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA 7/90
Touring Exhibition, Virginia Museum of Art, Richmond, VA 1990-1992
The Tartt Gallery, Washington, DC 6/91
District of Columbia Arts Center (DCAC), Washington, DC 3/92
Washington Center for Photography, Washington, DC 3/92
Klutznick Museum, Washington, DC 8/92
Metropol Gallery, Baltimore, MD 11/93
Ellipse Arts Center, Arlington, VA 4/94
Frostburg State University, Frostburg, MD 9/94
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA 5/95
Washington Center for Photography, Washington, DC 12/95
Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC 4/96
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA 10/96
Longwood Visual Arts Center, Farmville, VA 1/97
Claren Court Studios, Arlington VA 9/97
DC Jewish Community Center, Washington, DC 10/98
Aquarius, San Francisco, CA 12/98
National Democratic Women’s Club, Washington, DC 1/99
America’s Black Holocaust Museum, Milwaukee, WI 1/00
School for Creative & Performing Arts, Cincinnati OH 2/01
Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC (“Here is New York”) 9/02
Jewish Community Association, Austin TX 1/03
Referat Kultur, Gelsenkirchen, Germany 2/03
Hutt Valley Breastfeeding Coalition, Lower Hutt, New Zealand 9/03
Hebrew Union College Museum , New York, NY 9/03 – touring 2004-06
Black and White, Arlington VA 3/04
University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA 11/07
Beit Shemesh Community Center, Beit Shemesh, Israel 1/08
H&F Fine Arts, Mt. Rainier MD 2/08
Martin Luther King Memorial Library, Washington DC 3/08
Ellipse Art Center, Arlington VA 8/08
Flux, Arlington VA 4/09
ArtHouse, Washington DC 5/09
Columbia Pike Library, Arlington VA 9/09
Florida State University, Tallahassee Fl 10/10
FotoWeekDC, (public projection), Arlington VA 11/10
Columbia Pike Revitalization Organization, Arlington VA 11/10
Artisphere, Arlington VA 3/11
Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, Charlottesville VA 5/12
George Mason University, Arlington VA 9/12
Bodzin Gallery JCCNV, Fairfax VA 2/13
Arlington Central Library, Arlington VA 4/13

National Museum of Fine Arts, Hanoi, Republic of Vietnam; Corcoran Museum of Art, Washington, DC; The Library of Congress, Washington, DC; Arlington County (VA) Public Library, Virginia Collection; Klutznick National Jewish Museum, Washington, DC; Sony Gallery, American University of Cairo, Cairo, Egypt; Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York, New York; Chapin Hall Center for Children, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Amalgamated Bank, Washington, DC, Hebrew Union College, New York, NY, Museum of Tolerance (Simon Wiesenthal Center) Los Angeles, CA, Plotkin Museum, Scottsdale AZ, University of Massachusetts W.E.B. Du Bois Library, Amherst MA, American Psychological Association Photography Archive, University of Manitoba St Paul’s College Mauro Center for Peace and Justice, Winnipeg Canada, Wayne State University Walter P. Reuther Library, Detroit MI, Jewish Historical Society of Greater Washington/ Lilian & Albert Small Jewish Museum, Temple Judea Museum, Elkins Park, PA