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Marielle Solan Photography

Marielle Solan is a New York City based photographer who loves shooting weddings, couples, families, children, portraits, and live music/theater. She grew up in Delaware but now calls LIC, Queens home, where she lives with her husband Craig. She received her B.A. in Photography from Oberlin College and has been living and working in NYC since 2006. She’s a regular photo contributor to Time Out New York and Time Out New York Kids. Her work has been published in The New York Observer, LPV Magazine, Brooklyn Vegan, The Owl Mag, and Adbusters.


March 2, 2015

Inspired by real life events of the 1860's and concerned with telling the relatively unknown stories of women pioneers, "Abundance" is highly engrossing, steeped in historical details, and a poignant examination of relationships and friendships. Each of the four main characters is precisely detailed. The complexity of their virtues and flaws are examined with great clarity. The good and bad sides of everyone are shown realistically. [more]

The Killing of Sister George

October 11, 2014

The writer's narrowness of view is a temporary problem, of course. As the play's historical moment recedes from memory, we will once again read the story for what the characters are, rather than what they aren't. On the other hand, the same kind of claustrophobia exists in the work of Tennessee Williams, though the latter digs deeper to find the root causes beneath the limitations, pain, and just plain weirdness of his people. [more]