All posts filed under: Recognition

APA/LA Off The Clock

Thrilled to have two of my images accepted for APA/LA’s ‘Off The Clock’, the annual exhibition of personal work. Of the more than 900 images submitted only 100 were selected by the curator, legendary fashion photographer Melvin Sokolsky. The one night exhibition was packed and […]

PX3 – Photographie de la Paris 2014

PX3, a highly respected competition for amateur and professional photographers, has awarded prizes to my work. Big thanks to the jurors for highlighting my photographs from among the thousands of entries. In the portrait category for professional photographers, three images from my ILLUMINARIES series received the […]

Creative Quarterly 28

Creative Quarterly is featuring one of my portraits from the Oraedah orphanage in Haiti. This little girl’s remarkable presence has stayed with me long after my visit in 2011. The powerful, take-no-prisoners attitude she conveys speaks volumes; it seems as if she is wise beyond […]

Late one night, almost nine years ago, I had a sort of photographic epiphany: street portraits of random people caught on a single piece of film (digital was not yet my tool of choice). To complicate matters, I added the idea that all the pictures […]