David Wollin


David Wollin is a resident of Port Washington and has been an avid photographer since he was a teenager with a basement darkroom. 

Growing up on Long Island, his love of the water, sailing, and water sports made these subjects his early favorites.  Getting his first SLR opened up new vistas, and increased his interest in capturing beautiful scenes and important life cycle moments.  The camera went everywhere with him.

David studies photography under the tutelage of Josef A. Schneider, the renowned portrait and child photographer.  He also learned underwater photography from David Doubilet, now contributing Photographer-in Residence at National Geographic.

“As a Photographer I am thrilled when dramatic lighting, vivid colors, lines, and shapes combine with my subjects to produce eye-catching and memorable images.  Being a sailor has enabled me to visualize, experience, and capture many beautiful and dynamic maritime scenes.   Getting the terrific photo that tells a story, generates emotion, or shows the beauty of our surroundings is always exciting and challenging.”

David is President of the Photography Club of Long Island (PCLI) a member of the Art Guild of Port Washington, the Manhasset Art Association (TAG), the Manhasset Art Association (MAA), and the Photographic Federation of Long Island, and ).  David’s photographs have been exhibited at the Martin Vogel Photography Gallery at the Port Washington Public Library; Trapani Art and Frame in Manhasset; My Studio in Port Washington; Atria on Roslyn Harbor; QW Gallery in Port Washington; Manhasset Public Library; Jericho Public Library; The Graphic Eye Gallery, Port Washington; The Art League of Long Island Jeanie Tengelson Gallery , Dix Hills; The Art Guild of Port Washington at Elderfields Preserve; Hempstead House at the Sands Point Preserve; Port Fest at Schreiber High School, Port Washington; HarborFest, Port Washington; Port Washington Yacht Club; and at Naples Lakes Country Club in Naples, FL.  His photographs are available at Trapani Art and Frame on Plandome Road in Manhasset and through his website  www.davidwollin.com

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