I have started to create collections of my photographs that can be downloaded and viewed for free from my website. Each of these downloaded collections, in the form of a PDF file, will explore an idea, a place, a feeling — any subject that has inspired me in some way. My goal is to gain a wider audience by providing a convenient and pleasing way to view my portfolios and other collections of images. Please take a look at my first two offerings and let me know what you think. Then check back for new ones in the future.
I was thrilled and honored to be invited to be interviewed by Museum TV, a French TV channel dedicated to art. The March 2018 interview was held in New York City. The producers graciously permitted me to make it available on my website.
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I find that It is good exercise to review the photos I took in the year past and to choose the ones I like the best. This process gives me the perspective of time to see what worked, what did not, and how I "see" and make images may have changed from the year before — hopefully for the better. Here are the 12 photos I selected from 2017.
With a little imagination, one can pretend to be looking at a scene from the Middle Ages.
More images from Morocco.
Images from the Moroccan desert.
More images from Morocco's Kasbah of the Glaouis in Telouet.
After Morocco's independence in 1956, the Glaoui family was evicted and the kasbah was left to ruin. These photographs are of the opulent interior rooms, slowly decaying.
For the next few posts, I will be putting up photos from a trip to Morocco this past April.
My photograph, Roma Pizzeria, has been selected from over 800 entries as a finalist in Sohn Fine Art Gallery's 4th Annual Juried Exhibition. The exhibition at the gallery, in Lenox, MA, runs March 20 – May 3. The group show of 20 photographs is a wonderful cross-section of contemporary photography. The exhibition is a benefit for Berkshire Creative, an organization dedicated to sustaining and growing the creative economy in ways that impact life in the Berkshires.