Michael Sibilia Photography

Michael Sibilia has been practicing the art of photography for over thirty years. Living in the Hudson Valley and working as a freelance photojournalist gives him an opportunity to experience both the scenery and the diversity of the human spirit that exists all around us. “There is nothing more fulfilling to me than seeing the art in everyday places and people”.

Fate placed him in downtown Manhattan on September 11, 2001. Capturing on film the events that occurred has forever changed the way he sees life through his camera. Michael now chooses to focus on spontaneous images of people, wildlife, and landscapes, each engaged in its own unique world at any given moment of the day. 

His work has been published in the New York Post, The Poughkeepsie Journal, The Times Herald, TaconicFree Press,Catskill Mountain Guide, Hudson Valley Parent, Southern Dutchess News, Hudson Valley Connoisseur, and has had his work Represented by Carl Van Brunt Gallery,  shown in Carrie Haddad Gallery, Riverwinds Gallery, Photo Center Troy, Barrett House Art Center, Garrison Art Center, SUNY Albany Art Gallery, Cunheen Hackett, the Mildred Washington Art Gallery, Starbucks, The Muddy Cup, GAS Gallery and BSP Gallery.