Fifty-Nine years of Photojournalism by Chick , fine art Photography by Yvonne , and a bit of fun. Licensing Available

I left Reading for a job as a picture editor for the Associated Press in their New York City headquarters. I was a great education in all the aspects of Wire Service photography and I also learned that I needed to get back on the street as a photographer. An opening occurred in early 1966 and I was transferred to the Albany bureau where I covered Governor Nelson Rockefeller’s successful re-election campaign. In 1667 an opening occurred in the Chicago Bureau where I was able to get back to my old favorite sports coverage and unexpectedly learn how to cover the racial unrest that was occurring.