I’ve been photographing portraits of southern Arizona artists for Phoenix Home & Garden Magazine for many years now. Here are a few of of my favorites:
I’m super excited to be included in this exhibit at the New Orleans Photo Alliance. From their website “Says juror Russell Joslin: “Photography, of course, is a medium most often utilized to document the material world visible before us, yet it also allows photographers to suggest what is not easily apprehended. In skilled hands, it allows for the creation of poetic, atmospheric images through process and manipulation. It permits the use of long exposures, blurring, overlapping, digital maneuvering and other distorting effects that suggest and explore the possibilities of that which may transcend the physical realm. Ultimately, it seems the photographers in this exhibition allude to our human desire to question the limitations of our existence, or to suggest the presence of another.”
Please stop in and check it out if you’re in New Orleans or visit the website after October 1st for the online exhibit.
I’m honored to have been nominated in the professional-sports category of the 2008 B/W Spider Awards for my photograph of female wrestlers.
I have 6 images on display at the Rooke Gallery as part of the 6°—6 Exhibition. Curators include members of the Society of Photographers, Rodger Balen, Stephen Shore, Darius Himes, Jason Fulford. The 6°—6 exhibition was designed to allow an encompassing story to be told with six photographs.
The book launch and exhibition is planned to occur on 31 January 2008 at the Rooke Gallery from where the exhibition is planned to travel to the United States and Europe. All original works that appear in 6°—6 will be placed on sale in strictly limited editions of six.You can view all of the selected work at the Society of Photographers 6°—6 Exhibition page.
If you are traveling through the Denver Airport please stop and see my work in the Main Gallery. It’s included in the Center For Fine Art Photography’s DIA International Exhibition through July
The Volitant Gallery in Austin, Texas is including two of my images in their group exhibit about weddings and the ritual of marriage. “Tunnel Vision: Parading Down the Aisle is a collection of photography that confronts the viewer with images that are not your obvious depiction of wedding bells and bliss, but more an observation of how the concept of matrimony has evolved through the span of time. In contrast to mass medias approach to marriage, the images collected for this exhibition are meant to challenge the very root of union in this contemporary climate.”