Searching the web quite by accident I discovered I took home a BRONZE in the People’s Choice award in last year’s 2011 PX3 Prix de la Photographie, Paris for my photobook “state fair” (the “Other” category). Entries from over 85 countries. Got no notice, never would have known. See it for your self here at Blurb.Read More
Merry Christmas, heading into 2012, a year I never thought would come. Meanwhile downtown Detroit, a streetside window on Woodward sends it’s bright light holiday chill into the air. Plenty of seats left for singing, souping and lecturing.Read More
“Occupy Ann Arbor” is setting up shoppe in the aptly-named Liberty Plaza in Ann Arbor, MI. Let’s read some of the advertisements they have on display: “6PM Sign Making & Protest Songs”; “Power To The People”; and something about “Stop Spoiling Our Environment”.
Now, let us view the scene (click to enlarge):Read More
Back from Chicago’s Black Cloud Gallery and the Beginnings exhibition opening with my flag photo (thanks all, wonderful time) and I find a packet in the mail of The Sun Magazine copies (thanks Sun!) with a photo of mine inside. Sent it a couple years ago, a familiar sight in Santa Monica for anyone who has spent months of their life there. November 2011 issue, page 28.Read More
Good news: the RangeFound® name for online journals, sites, blogs featuring rangefinder camera photography and general photography is now protected via International Bureau of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) under Madrid Agreement and Protocol (Reg. No. 1 089 240). The registered U.S. Trademark status (Reg. No. 3,893,811) remains as well.Read More
Was notified that one of my flag images below from Eastside School has been chosen to be shown at Black Cloud Gallery in Chicago (1909 South Halsted) as part of The Filter Photo Festival’s “Beginnings: Stories and Starting Points” Opening reception is Oct. 14, 2011…see you there.
Update: shots below from the opening:Read More
Meet Kay Freeman, Mounty Queen of Mangum OK. A shag-carpeted trophy room dedicated to her equestrian achievements in the Mangum, OK museum. A wonderful place to see the town’s history and Oklahoma’s past. Peek your head into here and turn to the right…you’ll find the award leftovers in a corner basket. More from Mangum coming soon.