Sunday, November 13, 2016

here's what filmaker Ken Burns said about our book on rural architecture, Time Wearing Out Memory

"In these wonderful images can be found the soul of a nation, a legacy that is fast disappearing in the face of the developers' relentless march. In this vernacular inventory, so beautifully rendered, is also our future".

Wednesday, June 22, 2016

here's what former poet laureate Billy Collins said about our photography

"Without a trace of easy nostalgia, these sharp-edged photographs arrest the eye and reawaken the human fascination with architecture, landscape, history, and the forces of decay."
-Billy Collins, two termed U.S. Poet Laureate

Friday, January 17, 2014

Thursday, January 16, 2014


Creole Houses celebrates the character, style and elegance of the Creole architecture, gardens and interiors found in New Orleans and throughout the state of Louisiana.

"Creole Houses is a must-have..for all who have a wet, warm spot in their hearts for New Orleans and environs. These days, who doesn't?" World of Interiors Magazine.

"Steve Gross and Sue Daley are known for their evocative photographs of historic architecture interiors, where intangibles such as time and spirit often seem to steal the scene." Southern Accents

A Creole plantation home which has been in the same family for generations.

A mantlepiece in a Creole cottage in the French Quarter of New Orleans.

A salon filled with fine French and Louisiana- made Creole furnishings.

Friday, July 26, 2013


The auditorium at The New School designed by Joseph Urban

Washington Square Park

The Universal Grill, a restaurant on Bedford St.

Caffe Reggio on MacDougal St. was the first coffee house in Greenwich Village. It opened in 1927. 

Wednesday, June 19, 2013


The poet Allen Ginsberg said about Gross and Daley's photographs of Catskills waterfalls:
"These are excellent photos,
fine details of anim
exquisite threads of luminous waterfall

Designer Stephen Shadley's Catskills kitchen

Artist and illustrator Joe Eula's stone house.

Farmhouse of an artist in Cherry Valley.

Ron Smith designed this mountaintop house with architects Deborah Weintraub and Scott Lance above the village of Fleischmans.

Artist Frank Faulkner's art studio and home in a former church manse.