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Jul302012

Our new Moab Master: Jim LaSala

We're excited to announce the addition of Jim LaSala to the Moab Master program. 

Jim LaSala was born and raised in Brooklyn, NY. Lived in Staten Island for several years and currently resides in Flemington, New Jersey.  He opened "Strike A Pose Photography Studio” in 1990 specializing in Fine Art Photography, Portraiture and Electronic Imaging.

From (2010-present) Jim has been traveling to Haiti to help document their plight and raise donations for that country with his artwork. Jim is presently managing partner for "ArtisticEfex" in Hillsborough New Jersey.

View his Moab Master Gallery here.

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Reader Comments (3)

Wanted to thank everyone from Moab/Legion and in particular Marc for including me to their select group of master Moab photographers.

I look forward to working closely with Moab and as they continue to come up with new papers.
No doubt, their paper helps take my images to a new level.

Jim

August 1, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterJim LaSala

i am have seen mr lasala's work and his artistic endeavors. i visited his studio and he presented a slide that would make the most hardened criminal cry. i walked around his studio and looked at his work. amazing!!!!!!!!!!!! he took a simple still shot and turned it into an amazing piece of art. his ability to work the machine he uses to enhance the picture and surround the picture back ground is like no other i have ever seen. while talking to him i realized how vast his knowledge was and his commitment to Haiti is incredible. i have four pieces of his art work in my home and no matter who walks by they have a positive comment. taking a trip to his studio is well worth your if you are looking for something to decorate your walls. i also found out (not through his modesty ) that he has excelled in all kinds of competitions and has been the received an amazing amount of awards, most of them first place. i love his work and know that you also when you see what he can do. matthew r kramer.

August 1, 2012 | Unregistered Commentermatt kramer

i love this paper also would like it in size 11x17 could this be possible

August 27, 2012 | Unregistered Commenterelaine

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