Monday, June 29, 2009

More Rain

Here is a wet picture for your Monday morning. Sometime soon it will stop raining, but remember, rainy pictures are good pictures too!

Friday, June 26, 2009

friday americans

I've always wanted to take a ppicture of an American flag in some way shape or form. I guess this is my first stab at it. It's an icon, and important to our country as a symbol, probably a bit taken for granted. I'm not pushing any political views or agendas here, but I feel like it's important so I wanted to share

Enjoy the weekend everyone, I'll be back Monday with more, and remember, Prints are still available for $20. Any image seen here on this blog, it's cheap art and that is important to me as well. If you enjoy something you should be able to enjoy it, so please enjoy!

Tuesday, June 23, 2009

Thanks


I'd just like to take a quick second to thank all of my friends and family for your support and inspiration. Since starting this blog I have made some great new photographers, seen a ton of work that I would not have been exposed to, and have had the pleasure of sharing my work with a broad and varied audience. Be sure to stop by the links on the left of my page and check out all the great work! Keep those eyes open!

Monday, June 22, 2009

monday monday...

Well it is another rainy Monday...so again I post a warm image with no rain. This is from Vero Beach, FL from this spring. It was a lovely evening on the beach, right around 5 o'clock, with a warm strong ocean breeze coming up the coast. So have a thought about that today if your in the rain, we'll come out on the other side!

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Rain

One of my favorite new images...kind of surreal but horribly normal in subject. Little surprises await all day long, we just have to catch up with them. I think I caught one...

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Wednesday

Well today the sun is out...and for the whole day too! This image I made in Vero Beach, FL this past Spring. I've always wanted a good sea/cloud picture, and I think this is a good start. Feels like a great big thought, or idea hanging out over the ocean. Listen closely...

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Groggy Tuesday


A bit gray outside my window this morning...so I thought i'd share some sun. Sometimes the smallest of reflections turns me on, and this is one of those times. Enjoy the internet sunshine, and maybe in a few days we will get some real sunshine in New England.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Monday Morning

Something that looked like a heart painted on the ground...A little love for everyone on a Monday morning...

Thursday, June 11, 2009

New

A happy accident from the newer rolls of film...Two birds on a wire, flying and still

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The Exposure Project News: Issue 4 due in July!



Hey Everyone,

Well, it's been quite a while since the last update regarding Issue 4 of The Exposure Project Book. We have spent the last couple of months working on the design of the book, raising funds and finalizing all the specifics of the book editions. We are pleased to announce that Issue 4 will be available for purchase in the middle of July. It will be offered in both regular and special editions. You can find the edition details below:

The Exposure Project Book - Issue 4
July 2009

Includes photographs by Chris Bentley, Rona Chang, Daniel Farnum, Elizabeth Fleming, Lee Gainer, Matthew Genitempo, Inka LindergÄrd & Niclas Holmström, Natascha Libbert, Bradley Peters, Carlo Van de Roer, Daniel Shea, Manuel Vazquez, Jens Windolf, Susan Worsham and Bahar Yurukoglu

With an essay by Brian Ulrich

Regular Edition
70 pages, Softcover
Edition of 100
8 x 10 in.
$45

Special Edition
70 pages, Hardcover
Edition of 25
8 x 10 in.
$100

Download the Press Release HERE

Download the Abridged PDF of Issue 4 HERE

The special edition will also include two signed and numbered 8.5 x 11 prints. Customers will be have the choice of the following prints:







From Top To Bottom:

Chris Bentley, Drive-in Screen

Bahar Yurukoglu, Martin Van Buren had red hair

Bradley Peters, Untitled (mother and son with shopping cart)

Daniel Shea, "Untitled," from the series Untitled (Baltimore)

Susan Worsham, The Beekeeper's Other Daughter

All Images © The Artists

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

New Work!

A new image from my more recent shooting escapades...there will be more to come. I am still excited about this work and now that I have gotten a few new ones, more will certainly be on the way! Stay tuned...

"Apartment Building" from the series, Bennett st.

Wednesday, June 3, 2009

One from the archives

It's been awhile...I was scanning recently and looking through old negatives and found this one from my Maine trip. Delicious home made apple pies are in the work here. I really began to appreciate food in Maine, simple and honest. yes.