Fabrik Projects – Artist of the Day

I found a nice surprise this morning when checking out Facebook; I am the Artist of the Day for Fabrik Projects gallery, featuring my photograph Ghost from my Memory Pods project. I did not expect to see that, but then again I know that Betsy Enzensberger, the new Gallery Manager at Fabrik Projects, is very... Continue Reading →

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Book talk at PPA last night

Last night was a fun, interactive and interesting discussion about Photographic Books as Art at the Pasadena Photographic Arts (PPA). I was a presenter in the PPA's Forum Series of artist, curators & photographer talks. A nice thank you to Douglas Hill and Bill Wishner for their invitation, providing a very nice introduction and for... Continue Reading →

Border issues in the Democratic debates last night

Watching the second night of the second round of the Democratic President debates in Detroit last night to obtain some more information as to who is going to be the next American President. As expected, one of the many issues was immigration, pathway to American citizenship, illegal border crossing, deportation and indirectly the American-Mexican border... Continue Reading →

Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Metallic

First, to be clear, this is not meant to be an exhaustive analysis of the Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Metallic printing paper, but as a user report as to my recent experiences. Backstory; First, while attending PhotoLA earlier this year, I had heard that Mona Kuhn was using a metallic printing for some of her large... Continue Reading →

2019 LACP Book Competition

I have the pleasure of being one of the two judges, along with Gerry Clausing, Associate Editor of PhotoBook Journal, for the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) first Photo Book Competition. Cool! There are two basics & very broad photobook catagories: 1) Self-published (blurb, lulu etc) and all hand-made artists books 2) Published works... Continue Reading →

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