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    Phillip Lehans is an artist and photographer with a background in fine art and photojournalism. Born in Boston, he graduated from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst in 2002, and the Hallmark Institute of Photography in 2005.
    He is the author of These Hamptons and his work has been published in magazines and news papers such as The Wall Street Journal, Architectural Digest, The New York Times Style Magazine, Vanity Fair, Hamptons Magazine, Hamptons Purist, American Photo, Digital Photo Pro, Dan’s Papers, The East Hampton Star, The Sag Harbor Express, The Southampton Press, The Landmark and Worcester Magazine.
    In addition to his images appearing on the iconic Bay Street Theater poster, his work has been on display at the Massachusetts State House, the Worcester Art Museum and Guild Hall in East Hampton, NY.
    He is available for photography commission work in the Hamptons, New York, Boston and worldwide with a range of services including family portraits, weddings and events, headshots, product, real estate, sports and nearly any photographic need.
    He is also available for one-on-one camera lessons, Photoshop instruction, scanning and photo restoration and digital printing.

Hamptons Wedding Photography – Kris and Gabby

Arguably the nicest time of year in the Hamptons is fall. This October has been especially mild and perfect for a Hamptons wedding. More photos will follow but below is a sweet shot of Gabby waiting behind one of the oldest farm houses in East Hampton, New York. She was taking a few moments to be sure she had memorized her vows as a stiff October wind picked up catching her by surprise.


“The Murderer” comes to Sag Harbor, NY

I recently photographed an adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s “The Murderer” in Sag Harbor, NY.

Apologies for the delayed post as it ran at the end of August for one weekend only… It was excellent though!!!

It was directed by Tucker Marder and starred Christian Scheider, Madeline Wise and Britt Moseley.

A man who calls himself the Murderer is institutionalized for killing the technology in his daily life. Locked in his cell with a forensic psychologist, he is frequented by a daffy technological specter. The three proceed to battle over technology’s rightful claim upon our lives.

Book Signing and Prints at the Black Swan in Sag harbor, NY

If you’re in the Sag Harbor area on the evening of Saturday July 20th, please feel free to drop by the Black Swan at 26 Main Street from 6 – 9 PM. (Across the street from Sen.)

The Black Swan is hosting a book signing for “These Hamptons” and a series of limited edition prints from the book will also be on display and available for sale.

Please drop me a line through the contact page if you’d like me to send a pdf of what will be offered.