Eye Candy: Camera And A Can Exhibit


The things they do with pictures now a days.

Last weekend, in Asbury Park, was the opening of a new art exhibit right off the boardwalk, at Sunset Pavilion.

It’s a collaboration between photographer Danny Clinch and visual artist RC Hagans. It’s called Camera And A Can.

I wanted to get down to the opening last weekend, as Danny and RC would be there, plus music across the street at The Wonder Bar.

Alas, parenting and weekend duties sometimes get in the way. We had karate class and lacross practice to get to, the lawn had to get cut,then a BBQ/swimming at my in-laws. While I’m sure it was a good time, family comes first.


Nicole Atkins and Joan Jett



James Brown has a sparkle in his eye.


Green Day

In all, various images represent Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Patti Smith, Bernie Worrell, Trey Anastasio, Queen Latifaha, Bouncing Souls (NJ-based punk band), Gaslight Anthem, Nicole Atkins, Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, James Brown, Bob Weir, Willie Nelson, Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Joan Jett, Perry Farrell, Shannon Hoon, Mike Ness and Social Distortion, Chuck D., Green Day, Tim Armstrong,  and the Preservation Hall Jazz Band.

Of course, I had to talke “selfies” with a few that are really special to me…



Mike Ness (lead singer of Social Distortion), me, Danny Clinch.

I shot this one on my phone. Makes a sweet phone screen saver. Feel free to right-click to download. Let me know if it works for you.


Read more about the exhibit in the Asbury Park Press.

(c)Mark Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | 2016

Personal Project: Working On The Highway


Way back in 2012, I started a personal project called Working On The Highway.

These are snaps that focus on the roadwork on some of the major interstates that I, at times, travel.

Namely, the New Jersey Turnpike and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Some other smaller offshoots are thrown in there as well.


Coming back from a quick trip to Northeast PA this past weekend, the project continued.



The core of this project is in B&W. But sometimes color is nifty too.


This project is ongoing. It seems that roadwork is ongoing as well.

What’s your longest personal project that you’ve been working on? Share a link…

(c)Mark Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | 2016

Remembering 9/11


9/11 Memorial, Jersey City, New Jersey

Eye Candy: Photo Place Gallery B&W Exhibition Book


I came home yesterday from a quick jump back up to the Wyoming Valley (PA).

This book came in the mail while I was gone.


So much great work in this book. Truly inspirational.

As is often the case, the book looks much better in my hand than online.

Seeing my work in print, between covers and with a binding, never gets old.

(c)Mark Krajnak | JerseyStyle Photography | 2016