Marc Isolda and Susan Reinberg

"In Passing" is a collection of landscapes, water views, city scenes, floral studies, still life, and wildlife images by Connecticut photographers Susan Reinberg and Marc Isolda. "We chose the theme "In Passing" for this exhibit," Susan explains, "because that is how our photographs are made. We stop along the way. The images are the journal of our lives." “I've had a camera in my hand since I was 8 years old,” Marc says. “Even then, I was fascinated with the idea that I could capture a moment in time — I could freeze forever something that would never happen again. Taking pictures was almost magical. I still feel that way.”

Susan Reinberg- Big Dahlia

Susan Reinberg is a native of Connecticut. Her photographs have been exhibited in galleries and museums and have been published in photography magazines, corporate publications, and books, including her photographic essay Persona, published by Rizzoli in 1997. Her exhibit of infrared lighthouse landscapes at the Nikon House Gallery in Rockefeller Center was featured on CBS Sunday Morning News in 1990. She was the managing editor of Camera 35 magazine and a contributing writer for Popular Photography and Camera Arts magazines.

Susan Reinberg- Autumn Meadow

 Susan Reinberg- Bleeding Hearts


Marc Isolda- Turtle Convention

Marc Isolda, a long-time Bridgewater resident, began photographing as a child in Westport, Conn., where he grew up. After serving in the U.S. Marine Corps, he returned to complete his university studies in engineering and physics and pursued a career in industry. Later, he established a business in camera and instrument repair and commercial photography before ultimately dedicating himself to his fine art photography. His photographs have been exhibited in Connecticut and New York and are included in various private art collections in the U.S. and abroad. 

Marc Isolda- Lake Waramaug

Marc Isolda- Fog on Lake Lillinonah