Leigh has specialized in documenting the blues scene in NYC and around the U.S. She also has focused on neon signs, large murals, architectural details, and has done photo shoots for poets and musicians who have used her photographs on their CD covers, or for tour posters.
Since 1975 she has been documenting vanity plates and she has photographed several thousand of them. An article about Leigh's vanity license plates appeared in "Allegro," (January 1993, p. 14) the official newspaper of the Musician's Union, Local 802 in NYC. A copy of that article appears on this website; click "Leigh in the News" on the navigator bar.
Leigh began photographing the CT wetlands decades ago, and will soon be adding a page to this website's photo pages with some selected shots.
Check out a sampling of Leigh's floral, architectural, mural and neon photos, her license plate pix, as well as the photos she took which were used for the covers of Bobby Perfect's first CD, "Light Blue," and more of her graphic work.
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