Friday, September 28, 2018

World Cyanotype Day

World Cyanotype Day is tomorrow, September 29, 2018. Cyanotype is one of the first photographic printing processes, invented in 1842 by Sir John Herschel.

From September 29 through October 28, 2018, there will be an exhibition in celebration of World Cyanotype Day at A Smith Gallery, located at 103 North Nugent Avenue, Johnson City, TX 78636. The exhibition then moves to the New Orleans Healing Arts Center at 2372 St. Claude Ave, Suite 260, New Orleans, LA 70117, for a PhotoNola exhibition that runs from December 7, 2018 - February 13, 2019.

The exhibition, titled "Diversity/Us," consists of 12” x 12” flags created using cyanotype process, strung together and and hung in the gallery, representing the amazing diversity and commonality of us. 
Here is my contribution.

Happy World Cyanotype Day!

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Transitional landscapes on All About Photo

My series, Transitional landscapes, is currently featured on All About Photo.
"The day must end to begin again" (a recent addition to the series!)

All About Photo includes resources for photographers and others who love photography (such as galleries, exhibitions, and photographic labs), and a showcase platform for artists.

Friday, September 21, 2018

Seeing in Sixes

Work from my series, Notes from the edge of nowhere, is included in the new book, Seeing in Sixes.
Published by Lenswork, Seeing in Sixes is a juried selection of 50 six-image series of photographs.
Lenswork writes:
…I see these small projects as a visual cousin to the haiku or six-word story — a compact expression of a single nature, possibly a story, definitely a theme, held together stylistically, and making a whole that is greater than the sum of its parts. Tight, distilled to the essentials, impactful, deeper than what is possible with a single image.
In 2016, editors Brooks Jensen and Maureen Gallagher decided to create a vehicle for presentation of six-image projects, and published the juried book Seeing in Sixes. They published a second volume in 2017.
The upcoming book - to ship in late September, 2018 - is the third annual volume in the series. If the first two volumes are any indication, it promises to be a beautifully printed selection of diverse and fascinating contemporary photographs.

Friday, September 14, 2018

Somerville Toy Camera Festival review at What Will You Remember?

My photograph, “Before you knew where to look,” is featured on Elin Spring’s review of the Somerville Toy Camera Festival at What Will You Remember? (It’s on the Festival home page, too, and in this review on WBUR).

The review at What Will You Remember? includes several of the wonderful and diverse images at all three festival venues.

Monday, September 10, 2018

Where you are on Inside the Outside

I'm proud that my series, Where you are, is currently featured on the Inside the Outside website.
Inside the Outside is a "landscape photography collective mediating the liminal space between the world before us and within." They are "a diverse group of photographers that share an awareness of that [transformative] potential [of both being in and representing the landscape] and for whom it has become an essential element of their work. It is a question they commonly explore, but in highly individual and personal representations of the land around them."