Light & Shadow at the Alhambra
James Molloy is a retired history teacher and photo enthusiast living in the Hudson Valley in the state of New York. He is a member of the Greene County Camera Club and the Greene County Council of the Arts. He has exhibited work at the Athens Cultural Center, the Blue Hill Gallery at Columbia Greene Community College, the Spencertown Gallery, and the Columbia County Council of the Arts. In addition, his work has been displayed in local business establishments and at the annual fund raiser at St. Luke’s in Catskill. He maintains gallery pages on 500px (500px.com/jmolloy) and Instagram (jmm750). In his photography, James creates images that tell a story, illicit an emotional response and provoke thoughtful interpretation. To that end, many of his photographs on this site are accompanied with interpretive poetry that can be found in the BLOG section. All of the poems are original. His photographs often suggest a somber mood and a slightly distorted reality through the application of textures, filters and toning. His portfolio includes extensive travel photography, scenic Hudson Valley Landscapes, and local street photography. Additional information on each photograph (including camera settings), as well as which photographs have accompanying poetry, can be found in the appropriate categories. If the poem you are looking for is not featured, simply type in the title on the Blog Section's search bar.