Unimaginable Landscape

When I discussed an imagined landscape earlier this week, one of the responses back from Ann Mitchell, who inspired the article, was the question; are not all landscape photographs imagined? My initial response was yes, I guess so based on what I wrote about pre-visualization. But that in turn made me think, what about a... Continue Reading →

Imagined Landscape

Ann Mitchell, a local friend of mine, just announced her photographic exhibit in Sacramento and discusses her imagined landscape photographs that comprise her body of work. I was very intrigued by her describing black and white landscapes in this context as being imagined and perhaps this resonated with me for a reason; I think that... Continue Reading →

Find your project’s audience

I will have to admit, my Middle Ground project took off faster than I was prepared for that in quick succession I was offered a solo exhibition, which then required the production/launch of my artist book. In retrospect, I think I knew who my audience was, but maybe not as well as I could have.... Continue Reading →

Bird’s nest

In a slight departure from mostly discussing my photographic projects, I am posting this bird's nest photograph from my morning walk today. It is entirly a staged composition. Okay, I did find this small abandoned nest sitting on the sidewalk and I am not sure where it was located originally. The nest is pretty small... Continue Reading →

LACP Faculty exhibition

I am very honored to be exhibiting with the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) faculty next month in Los Angeles at the new LACP gallery. The exhibition opening and reception is Saturday, March 21, 2020, from 7-10pm. The exhibition runs until May 12. My photograph, Bewilderment, is from my Memory Pods project isĀ one of... Continue Reading →

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