When I started this business twenty something years ago, I foolishly thought that I sold photography. As a graduate of Brooks Institute of Photography, that is what I was best equipped to do. By combining my loves of sports and photography, while also applying my abilities as a custom framer, I was supplying products for the emerging sports memorabilia business of the early 1980’s. After years of business… having heard literally thousands of customer stories about this player or that World Series, I have come to the conclusion that I do not sell photography – I sell childhood memories.

It has always been my goal to provide a high quality, tastefully presented product to the sports enthusiast at a fair and reasonable price. I am fussy about what I hang on my walls. If I wouldn’t put it on my walls, I wouldn’t expect you to either.


My daughter in Fenway ParkA warm summer afternoon – BASEBALL… My daughter’s first Fenway Park experience. The absence of time – life just doesn’t get much better than this! Who would’ve known that on this blissful day, just fourteen short months later, Hell would begin to freeze over.

Yes… after years of telling you that I would never ever… ever… have a web page… Fresh starts, new beginnings – sometimes old dogZ can learn new tricks. 😉

I thank you for your continued support – and yea, for continuing to push this whole web page thing.