Category Archives: celebration
Art Of Photography 2013 Selection
My image “Bag Bear” has been selected for inclusion in the Art Of Photography Show 2013 opening October 12th at the San Diego Art Institute. Thanks to producer Steven Churchill and Dr. Julia Dolan, the The Minor White Curator of Photography at the Portland Art Museum.
Update: Check out all the 2013 winners at the Art Of Photography Show 2013 gallery.
PX3 Bronze for “state fair” Photobook
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.
Merry Christmas 2011 / Happy New Year 2012
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.
RangeFound® Now Protected Under Madrid Protocol
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.
Scorned on the 4th of July
A couple images of abandonment, not in architecture, but humanity. Downtown Detroit at a July 4th celebration years ago…
Chicago, IL; a celebratory vision from last year, en route to LA before getting on the Southwest Chief train.
Fresh Cuts of Faux
Downtown carnival with a new prize offering: fresh hanging cuts of fury faux lions and tigers. Like fuzzy sides of meat in a butcher’s playland. Or something like that. (Shhh…they’re sleeping…)
Frozen Food Month
Did you know that March is National Frozen Food Month? Who knew? But it is. And to celebrate a local frozen food aisle pulled out all the stops and went tropical. From end cap to end cap it was fringe, hula girls and exotic animals. Some a little less lively than others. Picked up a box of frozen chicken patties in their honor.