I’m very happy to announce that my photograph “Steens Mountain” has been selected for Soho Photo’s 2013 Krappy Kamera exhibition. This is the first time I have shown my work on the East Coast, let alone NYC!
“Steens Mountain” was shot in the extreme Southeastern corner of Oregon. All my black and white panoramic images are photographed using a Kodak “Fun Saver Panoramic 35” disposable camera, reloaded with Kodak Tri-X film.
Back in June of 2011 I was contacted by an advertising agency in San Francisco to document, start to finish the construction process of Nevada’s first commercial wind farm. The Spring Valley Wind Farm is located 26 miles east of Ely, Nevada along US-50. It’s situated in spectacular country surrounded by majestic mountain ranges. After the wind farm was completed I was asked to create beauty shots of the project, including some with snow. Here are the results…
I am thrilled to be a part of the RayKo Photo Center’s Plastic Camera Show!
“Rodeo Queen” was selected by Ann Jastrab, juror for the 6th Annual Plastic Camera show. My B&W panoramic images are photographed using Kodak “Fun Saver Panoramic 35” disposable cameras, reloaded with Kodak Tri-X film over and over again. This photograph was shot a few years back at the Columbia County Fair and Rodeo near St. Helens, Oregon. I modify the camera by gently filing the interior of the frame, creating an irregular rebate edge. I also install a yellow gelatin filter between the lens and the film inside the camera. I process all of my own film.
I will be attending the Opening Reception. I hope to see you there!