Father, musician, composer, graphic designer, typographer, photographer, geek.

I shoot film almost exclusively, in both vintage and modern cameras. Plus a little low-fi, cell-phone digital.

Some of my other work is on my personal site, www.rednotebook.org/.

Photos from my May 2009 tour with Vic Rawlings are viewable at www.flickr.com/photos/stevenvic/.

"To find a form that accomodates the mess, that is the task of the artist today." --Samuel Beckett

"I don't want to sell anything, buy anything or process anything as a career. I don't want to sell anything bought or processed or buy anything sold or processed, or process anything sold, bought or processed or repair anything sold, bought or processed, you know? As a career, I don't want to do that." --Lloyd Dobler, Say Anything

Cameras: Nikon N60, Nikkormat FTn, Holga (2), Polaroid Pathfinder 110A (converted), Yashica 44 (baby TLR), Six-20 Brownie (box), No. 0 Brownie (box), Kodak Recomar 18, Kodak Vollenda 48, Polaroid ProPack, Vest Pocket Kodak, Kodak Tourist, Kodak Duaflex III, Calumet 4 x 5 studio camera, Ansco Pix Panorama, Ansco Cadet II (127), ZEH Zeca Goldi, Yashica A, Empire Baby, Foth Derby, Gaevert Gevabox, LOMO Fisheye.

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    mpkedd says:


    Love the Beckett quote and the many images on your site--.

    Arno Minkkinen inscribed a book of his photos "Art is risk made visible". Living a varied and interesting life, and capturing it as you do in your photos, may be said to be the same!"

    February 9th, 2007

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    Marshed says:

    "senorton is one of those guys that I look up to when it comes to old school and large format photography. His work ranges from panoramas to slow night shots, to 35mm to 6x9cm. Great composition and creative processing are really his key traits and I'm never disappointed when a new work of his appears."

    October 5th, 2005

Steve Norton
January 2005
Framingham, Massachusetts
Bangor, Maine, USA
Software QA manager
Red Notebook