The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy – A Photo Essay

The photographs that follow speak for themselves. While I have spent the last 14 years specializing in animal portraiture, my first love has always been documentary photography. When Sandy hit my own backyard and my Jersey Shore community, I felt it was my duty first as a photographer to document what happened.

Tree falling on Woodbine Ave. home in Little Silver, NJ

Tree falling on Prospect Ave. home in Little Silver, NJ

Workers at Prospect Ave. and Rumson Rd. Little Silver, NJ

Dock on Little Silver Point Road, Little Silver, NJ

Shattered home on Little Silver Point Road, Little Silver, NJ

Home on Ocean Ave. Sea Bright, NJ

Parking Lot Sea Bright Public

Bottles in Storefront Ocean Ave. Sea Bright, NJ

National Guard tents in Sea Bright, NJ


Betsy Barrett, Executive Director of the Sandy Hook Foundation, leading the volunteer effort in Sea Bright.

National Guard soldiers working in Sea Bright, NJ

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One Response to “The Aftermath of Hurricane Sandy – A Photo Essay”

  1. Shirley Says:

    Kim, You have captured the spirit of your area in stark detail.

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