Jewish Journal


by Honey Lazar

June 11, 2013 | 10:46 am

Honey Lazar’s father was a photographer, painter, illustrator, and filmmaker. He documented her family, the famous, and led his own advertising agency. He died when Honey was 3, but his pictures and movies kept him alive for her, so Honey used a Brownie Starflash to document everyone and everything in her life as a way to keep memory close at hand. She loves everything about photography, especially the part that tethers her to her dad.

Honey is a fine art photographer who studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art and whose work focuses on long-term projects.  She is drawn to story and memory, hardship and humor, and ways to use photography to articulate life’s impermanence.

Most of all, Honey is grateful to her dad for his photographic legacy.

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