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Aftermath of the MFA

  Not to sure how or where to start.... I finished my MFA in August and a weight had been lifted off my shoulders. Literally and figuratively. All I wanted was a break from school and I felt the day would never come. But now it has... and now I am like "well what do …

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Proof…… The Photographers on Photography

Recently, one of my mentors from the United States Navy posted this on her Facebook. Chief Jennifer Villalovos was one of the first female photographers I met at U.S. Navy Fleet Combat Camera Pacific (FLTCOMCAMPAC). I was in the reserve unit training with active duty, so that I could learn more about being a combat photojournalist. I learned …

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2015 in review Thanks for all the love this year!!!!

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog. Here's an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera House holds 2,700 people. This blog was viewed about 11,000 times in 2015. If it were a concert at Sydney Opera House, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many …

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2015 DC Shoot Off Visual Media Workshop

Over the weekend, (March 20-22) I participated in the DC Shoot Off, hosted by Visual Media Workshop. Whats the Shoot Off?? Shoot Off Visual Media Workshops is a not for profit program for our military and civil service photographers.  The best speakers, mentors, editors and judges throughout the country volunteer for this prestigious event that …

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Edward Weston’s Lost years in Los Angeles

Recently, this article was sent to me by a good friend. It was an article featured in the LA Times.  I wanted to share it those who like reading about other photographers. Here is the link: The Sunday Conversation: Beth Gates Warren The author of 'Artful Lives: Edward Weston, Margrethe Mather and the Bohemians of …

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Its always nice to be Featured.

http://counterpulse.org/?tribe_events=bark/ I worked with Karen Scaffman as an undergrad. Karen Scaffman is an amazing art performer. I had the privilege of working with her and her partners Eric Geiger and Liam Clancy. They are absolutely amazing to watch! AMAZING! I look forward to working with them again. She recently started her performance of BARK again. BARK investigates chance in its violent …

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