Monday, July 21, 2014

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Meat Darts

Miscouche, Prince Edward Island
Holga
Some new stuff from PEI

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

el Hype Magazine


Habla espaƱol? (Or perhaps it's easier to just use Google translate if you don't speak spanish).
The talented toy camera photographer Jose Manuel Madrona wrote a series of articles for the spanish magazine "el Hype" recently.  This is the latest article and I am honored to be mentioned in such great company. Thanks Jose. And thanks for using a photo of my dog Jack. It's a favorite of mine.
You can read the article here. An earlier article on toy cameras can be found here.

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Somerville Toy Camera Festival Panel Discussion

A few days ago, I was part of a panel discussion at the Brickbottom Gallery in Somerville, MA which was part of this year's Somerville Toy Camera Festival. You can read about the discussion here on Elin Spring's highly recommended photography blog titled "What Will You Remember?"
It was a pleasure speaking about plastic camera photography with fellow panel members, Meg Birnbaum, Bill Franson and Elizabeth Ellenwood. Do yourself a favor and check out their wonderful work. BTW, if you're in the area, you can still check out the Somerville Toy Camera Festival for the next few days at five(!) different Somerville locations.

Friday, June 20, 2014

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Wide Awake in Dreamsville at Still River Editions

My one-man show "Wide Awake in Dreamsville" will officially open at Still River Editions in Danbury, CT on Saturday, June 14. The opening is from 12-5 pm and I will be giving an artist's talk at around 3 pm. The opening coincides with Connecticut "Open House Day".
Here is a recent newspaper article about the exhibit.

Still River Editions is located at 128 East Liberty St in Danbury. Please drop by if you are in the western CT or eastern NY area.

Friday, June 6, 2014

Somerville Toy Camera Festival

The Somerville Toy Camera Festival is a month long event that celebrates the quirkiness and beauty of images made with plastic cameras (and pinhole cameras as well). The festival incorporates five galleries, a workshop and a panel discussion. You can read about the whole thing here.
I will be participating in the festival this year by exhibiting my image, "The Snow at Night", and as a participant on the panel discussion later this month. More info on the panel discussion can be found here.
If you're in the area (and I'm lucky to live close by) check out some wonderfully unique and creative photography, or get yourself a free ticket for the panel discussion and listen to some otherwise relatively sane people explain why they choose to make art with plastic cameras.