Finding the Creativity

“I am not afraid…I was born to do this.” - Joan of Arc We all have a point in our lives, where we decide to stop facing our fears and realize what we are truly born to do. No matter how much I try to turn away, something always draws me back to my camera. It …

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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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New York Public Library Digitizing More Than 1,000 Unseen Farm Security Administration Photographs

Recently, a friend of mine ( Leah D’Ambrosia) sent me this reading. I was so excited to hear about this and more amazed that they had these photos and they have never been seen!! The most recent stash comes in the form of 1,000 photographs from the Farm Security Administration photo project that have been rediscovered at the …

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Steven Chruchill, Producer of The Art of Photography Show

Steven Churchill is the producer of the international show “ The Art of a Photography Show.” Steven Churchill is one of the most amazing people in the photographic community that I had the privilege of meeting. He comes from the same place and high school where I   grew up in Orange, California.  Which always gives …

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Street Photography

Street Photography captures people, places and locations within a public domain. It is defined as unposed, upstaged, photography that captures and explores all different avenues of society in their surroundings. One aspect of street photography is that it does not need to necessarily include people. Street photography is capturing an unplanned scene, with an absence …

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The New Children’s Museum

Here are the two links to the New Exhibition at the Children's Museum in Downtown San Diego. Twelve artist came together to make this wonderful exhibition. I think everyone should definitely check it out! TRASH: 12 Artist, 1 mission, unlimited possibilities. OVERVIEW The artists in TRASH, each with differing prerogatives and intentions, share the common desire …

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The New Children’s Museum

  Here are the two links to the New Exhibition at the Children's Museum in Downtown San Diego. Twelve artist came together to make this wonderful exhibition. I think everyone should definitely check it out! TRASH: 12 Artist, 1 mission, unlimited possibilities.OVERVIEW The artists in TRASH, each with differing prerogatives and intentions, share the common desire to draw attention …

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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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