I’m currently exhibiting my 24 on 14th work in a new group show called ‘Mirror to the World’. The show kicked off last weekend and was a big success – the opening night was alot of fun and saw about 60 or photography lovers decending on Glen Echo Photoworks in Maryland.
Photo courtesy Steve Goldenberg.
This was the 2nd exhibit of 24 on 14th – this time I showed 12 of my favourite images unframed and mounted behind plexiglass. I was really pleased with the job that Image Impact in Rockville did on the mounting and would definitely recommend them to anyone. True to the form of 24 on 14th, it was ‘featured’ in the Washinton Post for the 2nd time in a row! the first being during it’s first showing at Artomatic last year. It was also mentioned on Washington DC’s local National Public Radio station WAMU’s ArtBeat one morning. Here is the (albeit small) feature from the Post:
Also last weekend I was in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware and was at the Dogfish Head Brewpub on the friday night – for some reason (probably the fact that knew we were all going to get a bit drunk – it was my birthday) i didn’t take my camera – anyway 2 great bands played that night and I managed to borrow my friend Damien’s Nikon D40 and shoot the main act – The Fleshtones, a legendary New York outfit who first played CGBGs in the late 70s and have been playing ever since. They are ‘getting on a bit’ (I can talk) but they totally rocked the place down – it was a fantastic performance and somehow (despite the lashings of amazing fresh very strong local beer) I managed to get some reasonable stuff – a real testemant to the D40 and it’s basic kit lens (18-55mm).
You can see the rest of the Fleshtones stuff on flickr…