The billboards I did for Hear Me are up around town! I got a few shots of the ones that went up in Brownsville:
If you see one, be sure to get a photo and upload it to the Hear Me Facebook page!
I got a chance to photograph Anastasia a few months ago. She’s a therapy dog, and makes her rounds at a few local hospitals.
I was out shooting a pumpkin carving contest for the paper, and this was my favorite pumpkin.
I managed to get a few pieces together for this exhibit. If you want to check it out, it’s at the Frank L. Melega Art Museum (in the Flatiron Building). Opening reception is on Saturday, September 25th, from 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. I’ll be shooting a wedding, so I can’t make it up for the opening. It runs through Sunday, November 21st, and will have a closing reception then from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
I ended up doing a photo essay from the vintage baseball tournament we went to in Ohio. More photos to come on that, but here’s what I entered.
I’ve been asked to participate in a photography exhibit that they’re having at the Frank L. Melega Art Museum (the Flatiron building, for you local folk). It’s called “The Working Press: Time Captured”, and it’s featuring work by local photojournalists.
Their description: “This is one of the first photography exhibits in the area to focus on photojournalists. The outstanding work of press photographers, preformed on a daily basis, is often taken for granted, but the impact of the still image in telling the story and confronting us to stop and understand its importance is resounding. This exhibition promises to be a powerful statement of the world around us.”
I’ve got to pick a few pieces to submit, then get them matted and framed by next Sunday. I can submit up to six, but all of them may not be displayed. Honestly, it’s like picking your favorite kid.