After spending a few summers in this part of the East End of Long Island, my wife and I bought the house as a weekend getaway in 1990. We put a lot of work into this fixer upper over the years to give it charm and a bright, open feeling. After several years traveling back and forth to Springs from NYC, we realized we loved the area so much that we decided to move here full time. Since then we've kept the house as a rental so we could share some of those experiences we enjoyed: the wonderful light, the water, the fantastic food, the farms, and the great people of the East End.
The art photographs in the house, of books and minimalist seascapes, were taken by my wife. She has shown at museums and galleries here (East Hampton's Guild Hall, the Parrish Art Museum), in New York City, and elsewhere.