A new and fascinating perspective of one of the world’s greatest cities, Washington DC Through Time reveals the wonders of Washington from the days of sheep grazing on the White House lawn to the modern era of nuclear protests and gay pride festivals.
A photo journal of the “proximity to power”, examining changes around the White House and the Capitol with a protest or two thrown in for good measure…
It reveals the emerging downtown of the emerging capital, captured with the emerging art of photography. It is a visit to the different neighborhoods of a city that is a collection of circles and squares, without having to sit in traffic. It gives a rare perspective of the district of historic Georgetown, the C&O Canal, the bridges that cross over the Potomac, and even the Titanic. And it shows a collection of events unique to a city that is not just the seat of government, but an ever changing adventure, viewed not only by its own urban dwellers, but also by the rest of the country, and the rest of the world.
With a multi-generational background in theatre and film, Frank Muzzy was one of the founders of the Stella Adler Theatre and Academy of Acting, Los Angeles. As a Photo-artist, his “Red Bear” image graced the cover of White Crane Quarterly, and he is recognized for his international slant with exhibits in Washington DC, NYC and Provincetown.