SINCE 2005

MV Islander, Lighthouses, Wooden Ships & Harbor Scenes

Jeff Serusa’s fine art photographs are taken in various locations on Martha’s Vineyard. He uses an 8×10 Large Format camera, except for when conditions are very stormy or windy (as in his famous “Seasmoke”) in which case he uses either a 4×5 or a Medium Format camera. All prints originate from film negatives. Images are then printed onto either German watercolor paper, or canvas, using high end giclée printers. Most photographs are matted and custom framed. However, unframed images are also available. Please contact us if you have any special size requirements for a custom order.


Favorites subjects include striking photographs of wooden boats, as well as the beloved “Islander”, a now-retired ferry for the Steamship Authority of Martha’s Vineyard.


Jeffrey Serusa captures unique photographs of Martha’s Vineyard’s own lighthouses, including the Gay Head Light before it was moved.


The bold color and contrast in Jeff’s photographs capture the wooden boats in a different light. Almost all of his images are captured on Martha’s Vineyard


The beloved Islander has the impressive history of withstanding the test of more than five decades of service on Vineyard Sound.


Jeffrey Serusa exemplifies yet another unique angle of fine art film photography with his images of steel boats, including a lifeboat for the beloved Islander.


The contrast of the changing seasons on the harbor is quite familiar to Martha’s Vineyard islanders, and is captured perfectly in Jeffrey Serusa’s Harborscapes.


Jeffrey Serusa successfully captures the majestic Shenandoah and Alabama, the Tall Ships of the Black Dog, in Vineyard Haven Harbor on Martha’s Vineyard.