Bob Lazzarini

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About me

Gender Male
Industry Arts
Occupation Documentary Photographer
Location New Jersey, United States
Introduction Dry Harbor Road was the street in Queens, NY where I grew up. I lived there from 1942 until 1955. My favorite photographers are: Walker Evans, Cartier Bresson, Paul Strand, Elliot Erwitt, Robert Frank, most of the WPA.FSA photographers, and a lot more way too numerous to list here.
Interests black & white fine art photography, jazz and classical music, cinema [a.k.a. the movies], and of course good food well prepared with fresh ingredients [o.k. also pizza and Chinese food and the very infrequent splurge at Micky D's]
Favorite Movies Sahara with Humphrey Bogart, The 13th Warrior, 12 Monkeys, Legends of the Fall, The Mummy with Boris Karloff, The Maltese Falcon, One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest, Saving Private Ryan, Waking Ned Divine, The Color Purple
Favorite Music Of course most any symphonic pieces by Bach, Beethoven, Handle, Mahler, Rossini, Vivaldi, Tchaikovsky, Smetana, Glinka, Moussorgsky.
Favorite Books American Gods by Neil Gaiman, Perdido Street Station China Mieville, The Stand by Stephen King, The Source & Hawaii by James Mitchner, Ulysses by James Joyce, London by Rutherfurd, Richard and John: Kings at War by Frank Mclynn, and mostly anything by Ray Bradbury, Arthur C. Clark, Fredrick Brown, and Phillip K. Dick.

You can whistle and steam can whistle, so why do you sing in the shower?

Because it's warmer in the city than it is in the summer.