It’s been a while since my last blog update. Sorry about that!
I’m writing to let you know about an upcoming group exhibition featuring photographic works from Marilyn Szabo, Andrew Pielage, Peter Brian Klein and yours truly. Although I’ve worked with curator Nicole Royse in the past, this will be my first show in the Scottsdale area where she opened her own gallery just over a year ago. I’m honored to be showing in Royse’s space alongside these three photographers. The show runs from from December 6-29th, 2018 at Royse Contemporary. There will be a reception on Thursday, December 13th from 7-10 PM. I’ll be there, I hope to see you!
In Other News
The STUCCOLAND! book launch was a great success and the series received a bit of extra attention after being featured a second time on Behance. Fotoblogia, a photography website out of Poland, published a nice feature on the series in October. I’m currently experimenting with different presentation ideas with the hopes of a gallery show in the next year or so. The book is still available for purchase here.
It was nice to also get a Behance feature on the second volume of my Ambiguity project. Lots of love from the Behance creative community! The Fall and Winter seasons are looking busy for me with several upcoming lectures and workshops in the Phoenix-Metro area.
I’m currently putting together two different calendar options for 2019. Those of you who purchased my 2018 calendar, worry not, I’ll have these ready before you flip that last page! They do not make good stocking stuffers—you’ll probably want something smaller for that—but they are a gift that keeps on giving all year long!
I have some images percolating on the hard drive after a trip to California and other adventures closer to home. Now that STUCCOLAND! has been wrapped up, I’m not entirely sure what my vision is for my next project. However, I’m taking my own advice by getting to work and trusting the process. Inspiration will reveal herself to me when she’s ready, or I’ll eventually notice a pattern developing in the work I’m currently doing and go from there. In the meantime it’s been nice to work without constraints for a change and shoot whatever happens to catch my eye.
I suppose that’s all for now. Thanks for looking with me.