Company Info





Ira Wunder


Head of Production



Alan Haywood

Digital Production

& Studio

Lisa Sorensen

Sales Representative Curator


Silvie Falschlunger


Joe Sablow

Framing Associate





I. Wunder Photographics started out in 1973 as "The Photo Loft" where Ira Wunder taught professional level classes, rented out darkrooms, and concentrated on B&W custom photographic services. In 1987 the Photo Loft became I. Wunder Photographics. Ira Wunder has collaborated with many professional photographers, foundations, historical societies, artists, writers, and gallery's on book and exhibition projects, as well as serving many studios and photographers in their commercial needs. In 1990 I. Wunder Photographics moved to it's present location in White Plains, New York where it expanded it's facilities. By the late 1990'S Mr. Wunder started experimenting with digital Imaging as it achieved acceptable quality and in early 2002 further expanded I. Wunder Photographics by investing in high-end digital equipment having the capabilities of equaling darkroom prints in either B&W or Color and adding archival supplies and framing that same year. With two more major expansions, the last just finishing in August 2012, I. Wunder has become the largest fine art ink-jet studio in the area offering more under one roof then anyone else around. I. Wunder Photographics has become a center for fine image making.

Ira Wunder


Ira Wunder started out in the darkroom when he was just fourteen years old. He completed high school through coarse work at The New School for Social Research and went on to attend the School of Visual Arts. As an alum, Ira Wunder has taught there on several occasions. He has trained many professionals who are working in the field today and was a founding member of The Ground Glass Society in Westchester, New York. Ira Wunder is continuously perusing his own artistic endeavors through his body of work called "Images of The I".


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