Well how ’bout that. The photo above, Tidal Basin #2, was accepted into FotoDC’s Spring in Focus show! You may remember from just the other day that another photo, Jefferson Memorial at Dusk, was first picked as an early “favorite” for the show. Now I’ll definitely see you at the reception.
I spent another beautiful afternoon in Charlottesville on my way to pick up my photos from the 40 under 40 show, and I managed to take a few photos. This is probably the last little day trip post I’ll have for a while, but I’ll have something very different to share in a few days. Stick around!
My piece Jefferson Memorial at Dusk has been selected as an early “favorite” in FotoDC’s Spring in Focus show at Pepco Edison Place Gallery! FotoDC is a young photography institution in whose door I’ve been trying to get my foot for just about as long as they’ve been around, so it was a nice surprise to […]
I had a blast at the opening reception for The Shenandoah Valley Art Center‘s 40 Under 40 exhibit, where I got to meet some fellow Virginia artists and see some great art that was entirely new to me. I hope it’s not the last I see of either. Thanks so much to anyone who made […]
I’m thrilled to announce that I’ve been accepted into the Shenandoah Valley Art Center’s 40 Under 40 exhibit, showcasing 40 works from Virginia artists under 40 years old. I selected two pieces that I think represent one of the major directions I’ve been taking with my work lately: using the particular nature of photography to […]
I took this photo of my very own cello last year, just to wish you all a happy Valentine’s Day. A few weeks ago, I realized that maybe you’d like to actually give this to a special someone. Two days ago, I dropped off some lovely 5″x7″ folded, blank-on-the-inside cards at LibertyTown here in Fredericksburg; and just today […]
After photographing President Obama’s first inauguration four years ago, I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to see how his second would compare. The crowd started out smaller this time and ended up being about two thirds of the size of 2009’s, which still meant that the National Mall was packed and spilling around the grounds […]
A diptych of the ceiling at the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian in Washington, DC. I recommend heading over to flickr to see it full screen.
If you haven’t already received your 2013 New Year’s card, either as someone I worked with in 2012 or as someone who couldn’t resist unlocking the secret of the card, I now reveal what you’ve been missing: I’ve still got a few cards left, so get me your address now if you’d like one!