Fall Portraits in the Leaves

2021-11-03T15:06:57-04:00November 3rd, 2021|Essex County, fall portraits, Family portraits, Montclair, New Jersey, North Jersey, Northern New Jersey, Phil Cantor, Photography, portraits|

On Saturday, November 20th and Sunday, November 21st, I’ll be hosting my popular Portraits in the Leaves at South Mountain Reservation in South Orange, New Jersey! There is no better time for your Fall Family Portraits…trust me!  Whether it’s your child’s first year at school or last year before college, autumn is a fantastic time to capture the essence of your family. Let the vibrant leaves be the backdrop of this unique and exciting family event that you will remember [...]

Social Distancing Photography!

2020-06-29T17:42:47-04:00June 29th, 2020|New Jersey, North Jersey, Northern New Jersey, Personal, Phil Cantor, Photography, portraits, professional headshot|

I am able to do my full suite of backdrops and wardrobe changes while maintaining social distancing

Local Author’s New Book on Cuba Featured in the New York Times

2020-06-16T16:56:42-04:00June 12th, 2020|North Jersey, portraits, professional headshot|

I was looking to create a portrait that would match the subject of his book and capture the feeling of the Latin America and the tropics.

Montclair Kimberley Academy Graduation in the Age of Social Distancing

2020-06-12T17:46:55-04:00June 8th, 2020|Montclair Kimberley Academy, North Jersey, portraits, seniors, Students|

Sunday, June 7th, I had the honor of photographing the Montclair Kimberley Academy high school graduation as I do every year

Line of Work: A Gallery Exhibition of Portraits by Phil Cantor

2019-11-07T12:02:59-05:00May 10th, 2019|art photography, creative, Essex County, fine-art photography, Montclair, New Jersey, North Jersey, Northern New Jersey, Personal, Phil Cantor, Photography, portraits, Studio|

Opening June 1st, my latest personal art project will be on view at The Gallery at Berkshire Hathaway in Montclair, NJ. "LINE OF WORK" is a series of portraits highlighting the jobs that we choose for ourselves and how they shape us into who we are. The exhibit consists of over 40 portraits of working men and women who live or work near my studio in Montclair. I am drawing a straight line from this [...]