I want to thank Amanda Smith and Kevin Tully for inviting me to “The Book Exhibition” show this summer. And also thanks to Sara Fields for making this video of my gallery talk. You can see it by clicking this … Continue reading →
This past Saturday, the ASmith Gallery in Johnson City, TX, held a reception for “The Books Exhibition.” I was one of four photographers invited to talk about our books and also display some of our prints. … Continue reading →
About twenty people came to my gallery talk on Saturday afternoon, July 15th. I talked about how I came to the estate sale project and discussed the various themes that came out in the photographs. I also brought many of … Continue reading →
The Afterimage Gallery is now showing 16 of my prints from What Is Left Behind — Stories from Estate Sales. It was wonderful to greet over a hundred friends and supporters at the opening on Saturday, May 20th. The gallery sold three … Continue reading →
May 8, 2017. Multiple recent articles online and in print have reviewed What Is Left Behind — Stories from Estate Sales. I want to thank Jacquielynn Floyd of the Dallas Morning News, whose print and online article about the book … Continue reading →
LINK TO TEXAS MONTHLY REVIEW … Continue reading →
Here is the LINK TO CITYLAB ARTICLE CityLab is an affiliate of The Atlantic magazine. … Continue reading →
Here is the LINK TO PRESS RELEASE (click “Continue reading” to get to the RED link). The official publication date is May 16th. However, you can buy a personally signed and inscribed book now directly from me. Just hit the BUY BOOK … Continue reading →
Review Santa Fe is an annual juried portfolio review that invites 100 photographers to show their work to various professionals: gallerists, museum curators, book publishers, online photography sites, etc.
One evening all of the 100 photographers display their work to the public at the Santa Fe Farmers Market.
I have again been chosen as one of 200 finalists in the 2016 Photolucida Critical Mass Competition. The finalists’ photographs are sent to reviewers all over the world and in October, they choose the “Top 50,” which is a very prestigious award.
Also, Center Santa Fe hosts a yearly juried portfolio review. I was one of 100 picked, based on my “What Is Left Behind” series. I will be showing this work in Santa Fe in early November.
I am so glad I flew into Boston for the opening reception. In addition to my estate sale work, Ron Cowie and Bill Vaccaro exhibited photos of their wives’ possessions, years after they had died. They are both great photographers and fun to be around.
“Midnight Walker” was chosen by juror Sean Corcoran to be part of an exhibit with the theme of “Night.” It will be shown from June 17 – July 23, 2016.
Rainstorm, Main Street, Dallas was chosen by juror Aline Smithson to be included in the PhotoNoir exhibition at the PhotoPlace gallery in Middlebury, VT. The exhibition runs from Feb. 24 – March 18, 2016.
David Rosenberg, the photo editor of slate.com interviewed me a couple weeks ago and posted this nice article about me. Here’s a link:
Aline Smithson features my “What Is Left Behind” series on her blog today (Dec. 5, 2015). HERE IS LINK Aline has been one of my most influential teachers and mentors. Besides being an incredible artist, she is truly a friend to all fine art photographers, especially those of us who are “emerging.”
Here is a LINK to PDN article by Rebecca Robertson, PDN photo editor giving a beautiful description of the images from “What Is Left Behind,” in a Photo Of The Day feature.
Twelve of my images from “What Is Left Behind” will be shown at the Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY form Oct. 10 – Nov. 15. Here is a LINK to the gallery’s home page.
I am thrilled and honored to have been selected as a finalist for Photolucida’s 2015 Critical Mass competition.
Here is one of the images I submitted for my entry.
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I met Julie Grahame at Photolucida. Here is a LINK to her blog article about me and “What Is Left Behind” from September 3, 2015. This is one of the photos from the series that she posted. … Continue reading →