When I heard the name, I automatically thought of Corbit Studio, the old downtown studio responsible for so much archival imagery of our fair city. A grandson who inherited some talent? No. Spelled differently, anyway. It’s actually this guy, who also has an eye for Bridgeport’s visual power (maybe even more so).
“It is about the people, places and things discovered alongside a lifeline we know so well,” he says.
The Port Coffeehouse show, made up of his photographs (some taken on assignment for the Weekly) and drawings, is Friday, June 18 from 6 to 8 p.m.