Irwin Nesoff

Discovering his artistic eye after relocating to Massachusetts later in life, Irwin has been inspired to delve deeper into photography.  He considers photography his opening to the world around us.  Irwin’s focus is primarily on single subjects that have a story to tell and might be overlooked or noticed but remain in our minds only a short time. Through his photography he seeks to make these scenes that bring beauty and life to our world, permanent objects of enjoyment.  Irwin does not manipulate or Photoshop his photographs, choosing to represent the exact image as it is seen through the lens of his camera.
Irwin is proud to be a juried member of the Front Street Gallery in Scituate, Massachusetts, and a member of Hull Artists. His photographs have been accepted into many juried shows, and he has won a number of awards:

First Place – Pembroke Arts Festival – 2016

First Place – Marina Bay Arts Affair – 2016

First Place – Scituate Arts Association – 2011

Best Landscape – New England Camera Club Council – 2014

Third Place – Scituate Arts Association – 2011

Honorable Mention – Yellowstone Sunrise – Quincy Artfest – 2014

Honorable Mention – Marina Bay Arts Affair – 2012

Honorable Mention – South Shore Arts Center – 2012

Honorable Mention – South Shore Arts Center – 2012

Honorable Mention – Scituate Arts Association – 2011

Irwin’s work can also be seen in art books including:  Hidden Treasures Art Magazine Year Book 2014; International Contemporary Artists Volume V; and Featured Artists Volume IV, and he has had travel photographs published in New York Lifestyles Magazine.

When he is not photographing Irwin enjoys teaching Nonprofit Leadership at Wheelock College in Boston where he is the chair of the Department of Leadership and Policy.  He also enjoys traveling and taking long walks on Nantasket Beach and World’s End preserve with his wife Paula and spending time with his three beautiful grandchildren.

Weir River Studio – Digital Photography



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