My @CondoSeniors Know Lemon Tart PHOTOGRAPHY BY ROBERT NEFF

Typical day at the condo with my iphone taking pictures of them baking. This time it's a lemon tart.

The counter and the recipe.

Meringue has to chill. One issue. There is not room in the fridge.

They have a spot where the area is supposed to be clear so the air can recirculate.

I found the iphone wedges well under the chin and against the chest. Now what do I do?

Lemon Tart has to chill. No hiding place is safe from me!

This shot is me on my back wedging the camera inbetween the the back of the couch and my head.

The first cut.

You always tell which slice is mine. My condo seniors call my spoon the "Shovel!" I don't like to fight my food with a fork.

Overhead shot!

Thought that was my piece?

There was a big question asked, What do we do with the rest of the meringue?

I'm presented my idea. They didn't like that.

I bet on three.

I can never win.

They had to find another refrigerator to hide the lemon tart.

I was not invited to walk them back.

BIO

Robert Neff is an award winning photographer. He specializes in weather, international events, sports (Rugby, Soccer and Grand Prix), NASA, lifestyle, boats and sailing, nature, wildlife, and travel and tourism. Robert uses photography as a narrative to share his experiences.

Robert has been published in national and international newspapers and magazines. He is also a writer with a published book and articles in newspapers and journals. He is also an investigative journalist who covers transparency in government, communities and business and social issues.

ARTIST STATEMENT: Robert Neff’s contemporary art is dynamic and vibrant, and engages the senses. His photography and storytelling are the inspiration and basis for his fine art. Nature and life’s colors, tones, and shapes are transformed into mixed media art work. Design studies are used to explore geometrics, color, and patterns. As your perspective changes, so does the design. His approach changes how your vision interprets everyday experiences.

During his solo show at Art Miami’s Spectrum Miami, art lovers were drawn into his fine art work. His style drew comparisons to Vasarely and the Op Art movement. One collector from Uruguay compared his style to "Constructivism" and the great Uruguay artist, Garcia.

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