About Me




Nothing profound to say. I can't help but wander around and take pictures. Things I saw that made me feel a certain way. If you want to know what I am like (and have nothing better to do), and watch a few of the slideshows. Choose a gallery, click start slideshow on the menu bar, then choose the full screen option. Bigger screens are better. Does not look as good on a phone. I enjoy watching them and keep adding to them and mixing them up.

Since I never know how much longer I will be on the planet and this may be my legacy... and if you really want to know what it is like to be in my head... consider this an art project entitled The Neil Museum (aka The Museum of Neil)... If you have access to Spotify and want to listen to the music I listen to while watching a slideshow, there is a neilcramerphotography.com playlist. If you put it on shuffle while watching you will never hear the same combination of picture and music... kind of exponentially raises the number of possible experiences since, at least to me, the pictures look and feel different depending on the music. Or is that just me.

If you want to go a step further, smoke a small amount of marijuana before the show (oh, maybe that's why they feel different) and then while watching, and depending on your preference, sip on some GlenLivet Nadurra, or a bottle of a European Pilsner or a good Argentinian Malbec. The first two at the same time is allowed. If you do not smoke or drink, I suggest a small Peets coffee triple shot oat milk latte with just two pumps of vanilla. 

Maybe someday I will add my favorite meals to this list and serve them in the restaurant at the Neil Museum. As a kid, my go-to meal at the Bel-Air Diner on Hillside Avenue was Hamburger Steak, French Fries, Stringbeans, and Gravy Over Everything. Has be on the menu. My tastes have broadened over the years so the restaurant-style will be eclectic. Something to think about. :) Fresh peach pie is a definite yes.

Thanks for visiting!

Neil Cramer

PS. and to get further into my head... if I had to have dinner with three famous dead people... Lincoln, Einstein and (whoever wrote) Shakespeare. Although that changes frequently (like all the time). 

And of course, add in a miracle of a wife, and three amazing children, each of whom lights up the room in a different way when they enter. And two really great brothers and some really great friends.

For some reason I really like art deco furniture and stuff.

I really like animals. :)

I also like kind hearted, curious minded people who laugh easily.