Fine Art photographer Kathy Fallon, a professional musician and retired music educator, has spent newly found time in her post-teaching career to rekindle her longtime interest in photography and launch it into a second career.
Below are recent installations and list of shows.
The Boarding House – A newly opened luxury boutique hotel in Cape May, NJ.
Mohegan Sun Casino Hotel – Corridors and upgrade suites of all 7 floors at the Hotel in Wilkes Barre, PA.
Creative Planning, Inc. – Newly constructed office suite, Jessup, PA.
Prudential Offices – Newly designed Client Center of the, Moosic, PA.
Geisinger Orthopedic Associates Center – Lobby and interior walls, Scranton, PA.
Lackawanna Bar Association – Lobby, Scranton, PA.
Our Lady of the Snows Church – Gathering Room, Clarks Summit, PA.
Waverly Small Works Gallery in Waverly, PA.
The Chamber Gallery in Carbondale, PA.
The Monastery Gallery in West Hartford, CT.
The Mad Batter in Cape May, NJ.
Her latest installation enabled Kathy to work with Philadelphia architect David Schultz and owner Jonathan Hirsch to choose artwork for Cape May’s newest boutique hotel, The Boarding House.
Kathy has also expanded her portraiture gallery to include head shots of famous, as well as up-and-coming musicians. Some of the musicians included in her portfolio are internationally renowned jazz artist Wycliffe Gordon, legendary trumpeter Mark Gould, the newest member of the famed Canadian Brass, Caleb Hudson ( one of Kathy’s pictures of him can be seen on the main Canadian Brass website ), The New York Trumpet Ensemble, Joe Boga, Kako Muira, Kyle Athayde, jazz notables Aaron Diehl, Marcus Printep, Ted Nash, Victor Goines, renowned tap dancer Savion Glover, and master composer/arranger Sammy Nestico.
She continues to do extensive work for the University of Scranton, and her photos appear prominently in their performance brochures and programs, and in their published magazine, IGNITE.
One area in which Kathy takes pride is that of her photographs of Scranton. These include Scranton’s colorful Italian Festival, as well as local landmarks including the Electric City sign, Lackawanna Station and the Penn Paper Building. Many of these are also known to viewers of The Office.
Kathy truly wants to thank Bill Weber for his support in launching her photography career. He has tirelessly driven her to any and every location, and patiently waits while she takes all the shots she desires. Without him there would be no pictures…………..