About Charles Sternaimolo
Charles Sternaimolo currently works as a freelance photographer with work recently featured in Cape Cod Life magazine. Born and raised viewing the New York skyline, Charles moved to Massachusetts in search of its treasured historical towns. It is this love of traditional New England that led Charles to his current personal project; “An All American City: Fitchburg, Then and Now”, This project was funded with a grant from the Massacusetts Cultural Council, and was recently on extended exhibit at the new Fitchburg Historical Society and Rollstone Studios.
Charles has also exhibited his visual comparisons of Edward Hopper’s painted locations. Charles has researched and photographed over 175 places throughout New England and New York that were the inspirations for Edward Hopper’s paintings. An edited version of this project has been exhibited at Cape Cod’s Highland Light Museum during the summer of 2010, at the Truro Public Library in October 2010, and presented at the annual ASMP (American Society of Media Photographers) Personal Projects event in December 2010.
“Charles Sternaimolo: A Photographic Journey Through Edward Hopper’s World” was exhibited in 2011 at the Edward Hopper Art Center, Nyack, NY. Due to popular demand, this work is currently on extended view in Edward Hopper’s childhood bedroom at the Edward Hopper Art Center through 2015.
Based in North Central Massachusetts, Charles can travel world wide to photograph your architectural project, on location corporate head shot, special event, or portrait.