Author, Photographer, and Lecturer
HUDSON RIVER LIGHTHOUSES
The Hudson River's first lighthouse was built in 1826 at Stony Point. By
the early 1900s, more than a dozen lights guided ships past the river's
islands and shallows. Seven of them still exist.
Join me for a tour of the Hudson River's lighthouses, past and present --
from the long lost lights at Coxsackie and Stuyvesant to New York City's
beloved "Little Red Lighthouse." Discover how and why these lighthouses
were built, and hear the stories of the brave men and women who kept
them shining. The program is illustrated with my original photographs of
Hudson River lighthouses and landmarks, plus vintage images of historic
people, places, and events.
Fee: $100 (within 75 miles of Lyndhurst, NJ*)
$125 (76-125 miles)
$150 (126+ miles)
*excluding New York City and Long Island
I will bring all equipment needed for the program, including a digital
projector, computer, sound system, and portable screen.
I will arrive one hour before the start of the program to bring in and set up
my equipment. Please allow 30 minutes after the program to pack up and
IMPORTANT: If the program is scheduled to follow a meeting, I will need
to carry in and set up my equipment BEFORE the meeting starts.
Top: Saugerties Lighthouse
Bottom: Rondout II Lighthouse, Kingston