Max's work spans a variety of subjects that include: architecture and interiors, advertising, fine art, travel to still life and stock.

His first priority is to satisfy his clients' needs in each photographic assignment. He is pleasant and easy to work with and goes the extra mile to achieve the set goal. He is experienced and welcomes the challenge and opportunity to resolve problems.

In addition to assignment work , he photographs what he responds to and believes that "categorizing sets boundaries. Versatility opens the heart and mind to endless expressive possibilities..." His photographs suggest a search for harmony in a world of chaos. He feels inspired in the momentary culmination of the inner and outer worlds where fusion occurs to and fro in variable proportions.

His work has appeared in many magazines from Interior Design, Time, Town and Country, American Style, Times Photo Journal of India, Home and Hemisphere among others.

Max received his BA from Queens College with a minor in French Literature and his AAS in Photography from FIT. He is currently a Professor at The Fashion Institute of Technology where he teaches photography.

Clients include:  

The Phillips Janson Group, The Spector Group, Voorsanger & Mills, Syska Hennessy, Doyle Graf and Mabley, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Chanel, Swiss Hotel, Earl Graves Publishing, Hydro Quebec, Pace Advertising, Trinity Place, Frankfurt Garbus Klein and Selz, Bally of Switzerland and Grey Advertising among others.

 

Publications include:    

Time, American Style, Hemisphere, Architectural Record, Interior Design, TV Guide, Town and Country, Nikon, Times Photo Journal of India, Black Enterprise, Corporate Design, Design Solutions, Kitchen and Bath Concepts, Manhattan Living, Restaurant and Hotel Design, Specifying Engineer, Dining by Design, among others.

Exhibitions include:      

Schools of Thought, F.I.T. Art and Design Exhibition curated by Florence Lynch, NYC

Metal, Online Design Exhibition

Morocco, Online Exhibit, Photoserve       

Black & White Online Exhibit, http://www.photoarts.com/pac/Hilaire/mhindex.htm

India, Online Exhibit, Photoserve

Fine Art Exhibit, G.E. Headquarters, Fairfield, CT

A Photographic Legacy, Caffe Bondi, NYC

Other Places: Four Photographers on the Road, The Museum at FIT, NYC

Building Against the Sky: The New York City Skyline, Michael Ingbar Gallery of Architectural Art, NYC

Art & Design Faculty Show, The Galleries at FIT, NYC

 

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