I just found out that I was a finalist for the Julia Margaret Cameron Award, and two of my images will be included in the upcoming published book.
Here are the details for the upcoming Halloween Street Photography Workshop. We are keeping the class size very small, so sign up early!
UPDATE: The workshop sold out in a few weeks! Looks like we will do another one. Stay tuned for dates.
We are pleased to announce that our book, Footsteps To Healing, has been published! This book relays the intimately personal stories of three Ethiopian women and the maternal health issues they each endure. In the book, we also outline solutions to help alleviate and heal the various conditions.
Maternal health issues in Ethiopia and other developing nations around the world are devastating to women. Help us take steps to provide medical training to local health officials, donations of materials, and medical attention to those countries that need it most.
Purchase the book here: http://stores.lulu.com/ethiopianwomen
Many thanks to David Maier’s Mt. Hood Community College Integrated Media class for taking on the design project, and to student Julia Art for her beautiful design work.
The sold-out workshop I co-led with acclaimed Canadian photographer Quinton Gordon was a huge, fun success. Our feedback was off the charts positive, and we witnessed new tricks from the participants as well. Here are a few images of students having a great time with street portraiture.
We will be holding another duo-led street photography workshop in Portland, OR during Halloween weekend, October 29-31. Sign up while spots are still open!
This is the first film image I have shot in a long, long time. Martin (a participant in the recent street photography workshop in BC) is the owner of a Yashica Mat 124G that I snagged away from him to snap his quick portrait. Oh, how it felt good to feel this camera in my hands, and admire that delicate leaf shutter.