Just as Pearl Harbor on December 7th, 1941 became a date in infamy to a mid-twentieth century generation, the attack on American democracy on January 6th, 2021 is a date of infamy for a twenty-first century generation. On both of these days, American democracy was suddenly and deliberately attacked. And America preserved from the events on 1941, while the events on January 6th are known, but the consequences to the traitors who attacked this country are on-going.
Neither date in infamy should ever be forgotten.
This photograph from my Anthropogenic Crisis series seemed apropos for todays memorial of January 6th, as to the similarities of the many columns of smoke rising from the many ships bombed in Pearl Harbor in 1941. Likewise, this represents the ongoing attack on earth’s climate by mankind’s greed and lust for power that has parallels to last year’s events on this same day.
Workshops and Portfolio Reviews
Southeast Center for Photography (SEC4P): Creative PhotoBook workshop (Sold Out), a virtual event on Zoom; January 22 & 23 and 29 & 30, 2022, 10am – 1pm, EST (3 hour session each day, with a week between the weekend sessions to work your book-dummy).
Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP): Exposure Weekend, virtual portfolio reviews, which I am one of the many portfolio reviewers available, January 27 – 30th, 2022, details here.
Medium Photo: Developing a Creative Photo Book, a virtual (Zoom) workshop I will be leading again in conjunction with Medium Photo on: March 5th & 6th and then March 12th & 13th, 2022, from 9am to noon, PST. More details and sign-up available now at Medium Photo.
Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC): Developing a Creative Photo Book, a virtual (Zoom) workshop I will be leading on Saturday & Sunday, May 14th & 15th and then Saturday & Sunday 21st and 22nd, 2022, from 1pm to 4pm Mountain Time (MT). Registration is open with discounts for members.