I began photography in the late 1940s when I receive a gift of a Kodak Brownie Box camera. Since that day I have been very interested in capturing as much artistic imagery as possible. I have moved up from the 120 by 120 B&W film to a Yashica, Single Lens Rangefinder 35mm, and Kodak color transparency film.
My next acquisition was in the early 1980s with an Olympus OM-4, 35mm Single Lens Reflex camera and several accessory lens attachments. I also purchased my first chemical darkroom and equipment to print all my images. I was a big user of Kodak Kodacolor, and Kodak Ektachrome. During this time I worked as an independent contractor providing photographic services to sporting events to wedding dates.
Now retired from the daily grind I photograph for my own interests and make many of these photographs available for private purchase.
Michael Gordon joined Fine Art America on November 3rd, 2013.