For Alan Muney ’75 MD’78, P’04, photography is all about capturing the art in ordinary life. This majestic image in green and gold, for example, is a close-up of Boston’s steel and glass Hancock Tower. Muney says he began taking photographs in junior high, and his technique has evolved over time; he first shot on film and then moved to digital about a decade ago. “I haven’t spent time in the darkroom in about 10 years,” he says. Though his role as chief medical officer and executive vice president of Total Health and Network for Cigna doesn’t leave much time for photography, Muney still enjoys the avocation. An exhibition of his work opens Commencement-Reunion Weekend and is on view at the Warren Alpert Medical School through August. All of the framed images are for sale, with proceeds benefiting the Medical School.