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New Sculptures by Carl Bridge

Carl Bridge is a man of many talents. This local sculptor, painter, and teacher continues to educate, impress, and inspire us with every visit to the studio. Recently, Carl brought in a series of sculptures to be photographed. Intrigued by…

Look on the bright side

Sometimes art just makes you smile! That is certainly the case with the work of Lynne Adams. Her paintings always brighten up our day. You can visit her (really beautiful) website here: lynneadamsart.com

Yes We Scan

Carousels of family slideshows sitting around the basement? Old film waiting to be brought into the digital era and shared with friends and family? Pivot Media can help. Our high resolution camera scanning workflow ensures accurate color and tonal reproduction…

Len Glick and the Sunny 16 Rule

At Pivot Media, we often have clients bring in old film from their family archives for scanning. It is always a nice surprise when someone comes to us with an unusual or interesting collection of slides, such as Len Glick’s…

Sally Lemaire and the one armed photographer

Sally Lemaire came to Pivot with a large collection of 35mm slides shot by her uncle, Edmund Allison.  Edmund, a self taught and talented amateur photographer, spent the later part of his life photographing in and around the Pioneer Valley…

Jane Lund’s artistic adventure

Jane Lund’s artwork ranges from surreal to super real. Her pastel work, some of which is photo realistic, will stop you in your tracks, make you look twice, and leave you spell bound. If it’s not already obvious, we are…

Found Iris – Patricia Czepiel Hayes

This image of an iris, a pencil drawing by Patricia Czepiel Hayes, is still on my mind, months after I photographed the artwork.  I remember her saying "I just found this old drawing in a drawer and decided to finish…

The Difficulties of Nonsense

“Fabricated Photographs” is the term Robert Cumming uses to describe his work, which is featured in the upcoming book Robert Cumming: The Difficulties of Nonsense / published by the Aperture Foundation. The images in the book represent the whole of…

Mount Holyoke College Art Museum

MHCAM dosen’t have a dedicated photography space, so we have more of a guerilla relationship with them. We take over their study room during college breaks and, with the full support of their staff we push through as many objects…

Williams College Museum of Art

Our relationship with the Williams College Museum of Art began in 2005 when we photographed artwork for the “Encounter Art” project. It was an extremely successful venture that produced a book and a set of images that are still an…

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