Headlands Show: Dreams and Reality

The In/Finite Hut and two In/Finite Potential photos are up as a part of a great show:  Reconnaissance at the Headlands Center for the Arts. The Hut is delighted to have now been presented on all three continents of the inner Bay Area - and very much likes being near the water. This show is full of solid, imaginative work worth the drive to go and see.  Up until March 9th. With the Headlands being one of the most beautiful places on earth; I recommend a visit.

Rayko Instructor Interview

By the Home Depot, I-80, Oakland, CA (32" x 40" Digital C-print; 2011) 

Happy to have this new interview up on the Rayko Website - teaching there has been a fun learning experience. As they say, to truly learn a subject; teach it. Between the new students and the changing technology, teaching the beginning digital courses remains exciting. Photography is a magical thing, and showing people how to utilize their cameras helps me re-consider the basic precepts of photography - a treat within itself.

Photo Alliance Portfolio Reviews

I was delighted to discover that I was a recipient of a partial scholarship for the Our World Portfolio Reviews via Photo Alliance last weekend at San Francisco's Art Institute. It caught me by storm- I was suddenly printing and looking for a decent box to put my stubbornly overly-sized images in. I had some wonderful conversations; getting to talk with people one-on-one about the work was really helpful and often gratifying. The whole event had a general good feeling about it. Almost everyone that I met was there to share, and to support - and the location is almost angelic.

Excitedly, I already seem to have made a good connection from the weekend, with Rebecca Horne, a photo-editor for the Wall Street Journal. She just put up a great review of my new work on her Blog


The photo above is the latest in the new series. Shot in Benicia under the bridge - it's amazing down there.

Beyond The Lens at Traywick Contemporary

I'm greeting the new year with a great new show at Traywick Contemporary, entitled Beyond the Lens. The show includes both older and brand-new work of mine; I just got back from helping with the installation and all looks great. It's pretty amazing to see a culmination of many years of work up on the walls, and showing with Lothar Osterburg and Marco Breuer is a treat. The opening is this Sunday, January 15th, from 4-6pm. The show will be up until March 31st - click on the link above for more details.