New stuff…

I’ve not been shooting seriously for a year or so now but here is a new hardback book that i did for my good friend Ian…

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Some pics from the show…

These were all shot just before my show opened…

The amazing show curators/organizers and all round top lassies – Mary Beth Brown and Zoma Wallace from DC Commission on the Arts.

Me looking pensive just prior to opening the doors.

Some people did actually turn up…btw this was stitched together from 8 handheld 35mm images using CS4 – unbelievable.

New Show – Teen Parenting Perspectives

Over the last 9 months or so I’ve been working with Sasha Bruce Youthwork, a local non-profit, photographing teen parents and their kids. Amazingly enough this has resulted in a show at Eastern Market that opens on friday 13th of May at 7pm!!

The show will be held in the North Hall and will be up from May 6th (soft opening) until May 20th. On display will be 7 large color portraits (30×40) plus 9 black and white (35mm) prints 18×27.

Everyone is welcome. Please come along and support the great work that Sasha Bruce do.

CULT 10/29/2010 – The Cult of Frank Van Riper, The Exhibt

After more than 3 years of suds (beer) and silver (photography) the Washington DC underground photography club – the Cult of Frank Van Riper, finally held their own exhibition in a gallery above Social on 14th Street. I exhibited 2 silver gelatin prints of work that I shot in Scotland this summer.

We got some press also which was nice…

http://readysetdc.com/2010/10/cult-photography-show-social14/
http://www.washingtoncitypaper.com/articles/39971/the-cult-at-the-gallerysocial-november-3/
http://dcartdiva.blogspot.com/2010/10/cult-photography-show-social.html
http://dcthisweek.blogspot.com/2010/10/cult-1029-presented-by-dunes-and.html
http://www.washingtonian.com/blogarticles/artsfun/afterhours/17204.html
http://www.princeofpetworth.com/2010/10/the-5pm-post-cult-photography-show-at-social-on-1029/
Here are the images…

‘Adelle’, August 2010

‘The Scottish Landscape’, August 2010