Mr. Krasinsky, a resident of Marlboro, is a freelance photographer with over 35 years' experience in editorial, industrial and event photography for major media outlets, Fortune 500 companies, and non-profit groups. He has had the experience of photographing three U.S. Presidents, various foreign heads of state and chief executives of major corporations, and has received awards from both the New York and New Jersey Art Directors Clubs. His assignments took him to Latin America and Europe to photograph various industrial and corporate locations for use in annual reports and other company publications.
In the early 1970s, Mr. Krasinsky was invited to The White House as part of the lift-off team for the National Reading Council. Inspired by an idea to produce low-cost reading games, he invented and produced “Label & Learn” which received nationwide attention and helped over 18,000 children to start to read. “Alphabet Scholar,” based on the card game Concentration, was another product he created.
This exhibition will be on view in the library’s Community Room from August 30 to September 29 during regular library hours unless a meeting is in progress. For further information, please call the library at 908-766-0118.