NICK DEWOLF’S ENTIRE LIFE ONE PICTURE AT A TIME

The late Nick DeWolf was an MIT engineer who designed more than 300 semiconductor and electronic systems. Born in Philadelphia, later a Bostonian and later still a “hall of fame”, fountain-designing Aspenite, Nick Dewolf was a unique, inspiring, engaging and curious soul. Co-founder of Boston’s Teradyne Corporation, Nick was also a lifelong and extremely passionate and talented photographer. Like many of us, Nick carried a camera around for most of his life. Now his son-in-law is digitizing all his pictures and publishing them one by one.

So far Steve Lundeen, his son-in-law, has 50,000 photographs already and counting. It’s a massive task, but the photographs Nick DeWolf took are truly unique and as a photographer I am thrilled to be able to enjoy literally a life time of another photographers work.

Check out a few of my personal favorites below from Nick DeWolf’s collection and don’t forget to check out the rest of the late Nick DeWolf’s work here. All photos Copyright © Nick DeWolf.

 

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2 thoughts on “NICK DEWOLF’S ENTIRE LIFE ONE PICTURE AT A TIME

  1. Great photos – my favourites are The Mint (image #2), the Empire State (it looks so majestic in that photo) and the last two – a sea of Japanese hieroglyphics, and a nostalgic photo of a lit up casino. Love that! Thanks for sharing.

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