Photographs by Jeff Goodwin

Jeff Goodwin - Cranberry Bog Surreal

"Close Encounters", Trenton, NJ. Included in the Ellarslie Open XXIV, Trenton City Museum, where it received the Trenton Museum Society Purchase Award.

 

Find us at www.passion-4.com The Internets Top 100 Sites Directory

 

Photographs

2009 National Retriever Championship: Day 6, Land Quad (9th Series)

2009 National Retriever Championship: Day 3, Water Triple (Continued)

2009 National Retriever Championship: Day 2, Water Triple

2009 National Retriever Championship: Day 1, Interrupted Double

2009 National Retriever Championship: Road to the National

Nightscapes: Images of Philadelphia and Surrounds

Trenton, New Jersey

Facing the Homeless

In and Around Bucks

Barns and Bridges

Vietnam/Cambodia - 2004

Bach Ballet: Sleeping Beauty (6/21/2009)

Swamp Dog Field Trial

Blue Ridge Retriever Club Open - 2009

Blue Ridge Retriever Club Amateur - 2009

Blue Ridge Retriever Club Derby - 2009

Del Bay Retriever Club - Open 5/2009

Del Bay Retriever Club - Derby 5/2009

Del Bay Field Trial - 2007(Flash Movie)

Del Bay Spring Field Trial - 2008 (HTML)

Del Bay Spring Field Trial - 2008 (Flash)

Labrador Retriever Club Open 4/2009 (Flash Movie)

Labrador Retriever Club Qual 4/2009 (Flash Movie)

Labrador Retriever Club Derby2007 (Flash Movie)

Labrador Retriever Club Open 2008 (Flash Movie)

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 5/2009 - Open

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 5/2009 - Qual

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 10/2008 - Amateur (HTML)

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 10/2008 - Derby (HTML)

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 10/2008 - Open (HTML)

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 10/2008 - Qualifying (HTML)

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club D/Q Derby - 8/2008 (HTML)

Long Island Retriever Field Trial Club 5/2008 Amateur (HTML)

Shrewsbury River Retriever Club D/Q Derby, Fall 2008(HTML)

Shrewsbury River Retriever Club D/Q (2007)(Flash Movie)

Shrewsbury River Retriever Club 2008 - Limited (Flash Movie)

Shrewsbury River Retriever Club 4/2009 - Amateur

South Jersey Retriever Club Fall 2008 - Qualifying (HTML)

South Jersey Retriever Club Spring 2009 - Derby (HTML)

Swamp Dog Retriever Club - Open 5/2009

Swamp Dog Retriever Club - Qualifying 5/2009

Swamp Dog Retriever Club - Derby 5/2009

Swamp Dog Retriever Club - Fall 2008 Field Trial (HTML)

Swamp Dog Retriever Club - Open 6/2008 (HTML)

Swamp Dog Retriever Club - Derby 6/2008 (HTML)

Women's Field Trial Club - Fall 2008 (Qual/Derby) (HTML)

 

Jeff Goodwin is a photographer residing in Yardley , Pennsylvania . When not taking pictures, Jeff earns a living as President of a computer consulting firm, InSys Technology LLC . He is a member of the Newtown Camera Club and his photos have won numerous prizes in club contests. In addition, his work has been included in the Annual Juried Competition/Show of the NJ Chapter of the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP), in the prestigious Phillips Mill Photography Exhibit in New Hope , PA, and is on display as part of the Ellarslie Open XXIV at the Trenton City Museum April - June, 2006. His photo "Close Encounters" received the Trenton City Museum Society Purchase Award adding it to the Museum's permanent collection. His work has also been shown at the Triumph Brewery in New Hope, PA, and in a number of International Exhibitions including, most recently, the Wilmington International Exhibition of Photography and the Greater Lafayette International Exhibition. One of his photos, "Monks at Angkor Wat" (See section on Vietnam/Cambodia below), was selected as a finalist in Smithsonian Magazine's 2005 Photo Competition. It appeared in the July 2005 issue of Smithsonian Magazine and was on display in the National Museum of American History in Washington, DC during the Summer of 2005. His work may be seen in a number of galleries including The Gallery on Lafayette, Trenton, NJ, the Delaware River Gallery, Yardley, PA, and Kathleens' Gallery and Framing, Newtown, Pa.

Of his photos, Jeff says:

"I like photographing the mundane -- where and how people live, work, study, sleep, and eat. While our monuments and our art tell us what kind of people we would like to be, the mundane in our lives tells us what kind of people we are. Having said that, when viewing photos, we must remember that all photography is inherently dishonest. A painting, a sculpture, or a novel are clearly fiction. Knowing that, we judge them aesthetically and welcome whatever truths they communicate. A photograph, by contrast, is assumed to be a true representation of something concrete. Nothing could be further from the truth. A snapshot of a moment in time, cropped physically and temporally and displayed on its own, is being used for the purposes of the photographer. In the words of so many works of fiction, any resemblance between my photos and places or persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental." Photographing dogs, and particularly photos in retriever field trials and hunt tests, is also a passion of Jeff's. For information on his own dogs, visit Jeff's website at http://www.yardleylabs.com.

Please feel free to enjoy these photos. These images may be used on your website for non-commercial purposes if credit is given with a link back to this site. For further information concerning use, please contact the photographer at:

Email: Jeff Goodwin

All photographs are Copyright, John J. (Jeff) Goodwin, and all rights are reserved.