Randy Zalewski




Back in the 60's

my first camera was a Brownie, about as simplistic as it gets. Within my very first images I envisioned a world

where I could capture motion, and segments of time. Some of my earliest photographs were portraits of my

family and 'superhero' friends in the contained world of my neighborhood. In 1975 I happened to have an 'Instamatic' camera with me when Tiedke's department store burned down. The epiphany to me at that moment, exposed photographs as not always being family or trivial occurrences; they could be intense, and show infinite emotion. Peache's Records was my first actual photography gig. I have also worked with fashion models.

very early days



80's & 90's