This past Friday, the Leica Store DC hosted a gallery opening for famed photojournalist David Burnett‘s Apollo XI 50th anniversary photo series, We Choose to Go to the Moon. Though the astronauts made it to the Moon in 1969, my wife and I barely made it to DC! We were about 40 minutes late but […]Read more "We Choose to Go to the Moon; David Burnett @ the Leica Store DC"
Helen Gee took a big risk when she opened the world’s first art gallery for, get this, PHOTOGRAPHY! That’s right, it wasn’t until 1954, with the opening of Limelight in Greenwich Village, New York that there was a gallery featuring photography as art. She sold Robert Frank and Ansel Adams among numerous other, now, household […]Read more "Photographica: The Art of Photography"
Almost three years ago, I was wandering the streets of downtown Philadelphia with my friends and my Leica. Philly is undergoing a bit of a revival. Rundown old properties are being rejuvenated and turned into trendy new homes and businesses. There’s a lot of character in the old buildings that I hope can be preserved […]Read more "1320"
My work was recently featured at a new gallery in Frederick, MD for a group show of the newly formed Mid Atlantic Analog Photographers. The gallery is The ArtistsAngle, located at 124 South Carroll Street in historic downtown Frederick and our show will be up for the remainder of the month if you’d like to […]Read more "Mid Atlantic Analog Photographers Gallery Opening"