Ed Lederman

Studio #2

Panoramic, Architectural, and Portrait Photographer. As a 12-year-old, my dad took me to NYC, where I saw the Grand Central Kodak Colorama panoramas, which, at the time, were the largest photographs in the world. They were the first and everlasting inspiration for my work.

In 2011, The Standard Culture site wrote, “Photographer Ed Lederman is a lover of New York. Looking at his images is somewhat of a love letter to the city. His panoramic photos are immense, overwhelming, and transport you straight into the environment he pursues to bottle. His other images are vignettes that evoke an emotion, reminding us all why we moved to this hectic city that feeds our sensibilities.”

Recently, my photo from the top of the Verrazano Bridge adorned the cover of the NYC Marathon 50th-anniversary book. I received an award from the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in 2022 for a 1991 photo of violinist Midori Live at Carnegie Hall.


21 Brook Road,
Saugerties, NY 12477

917 749-0202