It has been relatively quiet here as a surprisingly warm Maine fall comes to a close. I did find a few things online this morning that I thought I’d pass along. First, a short but interesting interview (h/t to Jorg Colberg) about collage-based photography (collage fans, you know who you are). Second, Lens Culture announced […]
First and foremost, let me thank everyone who came out to my opening at Harvard’s Three Columns Gallery – I had a great time, met some interesting people, and thoroughly enjoyed my first solo exhibition. In the category of images that were more popular at the opening than I expected, Cadillac Clouds above was the […]
The Maine Photo Alliance has just posted its most recent online exhibition, entitled “Black & White” and curated by Joe Corrado. There are some outstanding photographs in the group – Joe did a great job pulling the show together. One of my favorite images of mine from the last year is Festival Nocturne from last […]
Summer in Maine is rolling on, and with family visits and other responsibilities I’ve been remiss with updates. We will be camping down near Popham Beach State Park this weekend and I’ll be blissfully offline, but I have a whole slew of updates on deck for next week – so stay tuned! Until then, I […]
It is always a good time of year when Maine Media Workshops, perhaps the most treasured photographic resource of Midcoast Maine, starts getting more active again. They are open all year but not until the summer do all the publicly available lectures and such begin. First, there is a new lecture series starting entitled Masters […]
I’m part of a small group of Midcoast Maine photographers who get together monthly to talk about fine art photography and to show our new work to each other (and to of course solicit feedback). We just put up a website that has short introductions to all of our work, and we will update the […]
Occasionally I try to share various links that I have found to be interesting, and I’ve found that sharing them in the context of a single post seems to work best for most people. One new photoblog that is extremely promising is the new Time Lightbox – stellar work from Time Magazine photographers (many independents, […]
In what will almost certainly be one of my personal photographic highlights of 2011, the Farnsworth Museum is hosting an exhibition of Paul Caponigro’s work from May 7th to October 9th. Caponigro is widely considered to be both a master printer and one of the preeminent landscape photographers ever and his work is absolutely stunning. […]
UPDATE (3/15/11): UMMA has now posted the complete list – congratulations also to Melonie Bennett, Shoshannah White, and all the others selected. I just found out that another friend and colleague was selected for the upcoming UMMA show – congratulations to Robert Moran as well! I’m a big fan of this body of work.
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