Thank You

We extend our sincere gratitude to Trustee Judith West, volunteers Peter Luke Colon and Greg Littley, Artist Hannah Murray, Interior Designer of 7B Design Judith Heimowitz, Art Show Manager Emeritus Raymond Daughtry, and Photographer Nick Carter for their work in creating this collection. Your support of JASA's mission and this event is greatly appreciated.

Nick CarterNick Carter has been a full-time professional photographer and videographer since 2003. He specializes in weddings, events, fine art, documentaries, interviews, and music EPK videos. Since the events of September 11th, 2001 at the World Trade Center, Nick decided to dedicate himself to being a photographer. Since that time, he has been fortunate to have shot hundreds of weddings, from as far away as Hawaii and Mexico, to his home of New Rochelle, N.Y. Nick loves to kayak, play with his two cats, and play his guitar in his spare time.
Peter ColonPeter Luke Colon is a New York-based consultant and his work focuses on organizational development, strategic planning, and management counsel in the art and architectural worlds. Prior Colon held Director- level roles at DC Moore Gallery and Matthew Marks Gallery, both in New York, and served as an Artist Liaison at Fraenkel Gallery in San Francisco. Colon's passions are working alongside creative visionaries and artists building leadership teams and training company principals and directors toward becoming successfulmanagers for their teams. Outside of his professional endeavors, Colon is married, is an avid tennis fan, and loves skiing and hiking. 

RaymondRaymond Daughtry, Jr. a resident at JASA's Brookdale Village Older Adult Center in Far Rockaway and a Marine Corps veteran, builds museum-quality warships in his spare time. One of his biggest accomplishments was a scale model of the USS Arizona, the Navy battleship sunk by the Japanese during the attack on Pearl Harbor. It took Raymond a year-and-a-half to build the nearly 4-foot-long model from bow to stern.
Judith HeimowitzJudith Heimowitz is an interior designer in the NY area, based in lower Westchester. Her interior design philosophy is to create a seamless experience for her clients that transforms their space to fit their lifestyle and their personal style. Judith’s first childhood home was Apartment 7B in Park Slope, Brooklyn. She moved to Westchester, earned her BBA at the Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan, and then settled in Manhattan. When Judith and her husband welcomed their first daughter into the world, it was in Apartment 7B on the Upper East Side. Years later, Judith named her design firm after the homes where she started both childhood and motherhood. After a career in digital marketing for luxury, fashion, and beauty brands, two more daughters, and a move to Westchester, she went on to study interior design at Parsons at The New School. As a third generation entrepreneur, the daughter of an architect and psychologist, and a born project manager with a passion for design, launching 7B Design was an inevitable next endeavor. She now works on residential and commercial projects throughout Westchester and NYC. Judith lives with her husband and three daughters in Edgemont, NY. She spends her spare time with family and friends, exploring local restaurants, discovering new art, enjoying the performing arts, and traveling. 
Gregory LittleyGregory Littley is a multidisciplinary content producer, digital strategist, and entrepreneur. Gregory has a decade of digital marketing experience that bridges gaps between brand expertise, practical agency discipline, and a creator’s zest for storytelling. His passion for digital creativity is apparent in his work and real life.
hannahHannah Murray received her MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2021, and was awarded the school’s acclaimed Chubb Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and collected by prestigious collectors and institutions including, but not limited to the Institute of Contemporary Art, Miami, and the Ruth Borchard Public Collection. She has been featured in publications such as New American Paintings and her solo show was written up as one of eight June exhibitions to see nationally in Gallerie Magazine.
judithJudith West (aka Judith West Edelman) is a retired entrepreneur, political activist, and radio personality who hosted her cable network TV Show, “Getting Your Money's Worth.” The show discusses added value for your dollars and your life. She drew from her experience in business, education, philanthropy, and activism to inspire people to seek achievement in their own lives. Having come from meager circumstances, Ms. West carved out a career in retail design and manufacturing before founding her own company, Westco. A privately held company, Westco designed and manufactured retail store fixtures for such blue chip companies as Disney, Universal Studios, the NBC Experience Store at Rockefeller Plaza, and Caesar's, Las Vegas, among others. Her accolades include the 2005 Business Woman of the Year Award, Business Advisory Council, National Republican Congressional Committee; Informal Advisor, Department of Education, Washington, D.C., "No Child Left Behind Workshop"; and Media Advisor, Women's National Forum.