In the beginning the World Wide Web was in B&W. Well not exactly B&W. Text was black; the background was grey, and URLs had funny little tildas. Then Al Gore said Let there be color. So photographers set up homepages and photo websites propagated freely.

After several weeks of scanning, writing html and spell checking, and forever alienating my spouse, I finally CHMODed my directory and stacy’s home journal… went live in March 1996 at http://www.interport.net/~sr. The concept was to provide a non-commercial forum to share work, links, and any thoughts that came to mind. Think globally act locally, or is it the other way around?

Since the mid eigthies, Stacy Walsh Rosenstock has been photographing urban issues and the socio-political climate of New York. 

Her images of politicians and social issues have appeared in such publications as: The Advocate, Time, Newsweek, Der Spiegel, GQ, Fortune, New York Magazine, The Sunday New York Times Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Scholastic, The Village Voice, Weekly Reader, and on the web at MSNBC, ABCNews.Com, CyberTimes and MSN.com.

Stacy has also exhibited her work in a number of local galleries around the New York area. Stacy earned her BFA and MFA in Photography from Hunter College where she studied with Mark Feldstein and Roy Decarava. She took additional photographic studies at the International Center of Photography and workshops with Life Magazine photographer Yale Joel, at his home in Croton-On-Hudson

From 1992 till 2001  Stacy was a member of the photography cooperative Impact Visuals where she served, briefly, on the Board of Directors.

Her images currently available through Alamy and directly from Impact Digitals.

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