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Milk in the Light, Katrin Dohse
Milk in the Light is a subset of my Radical Play series. Model Katrin Dohse and I shot at
an abandoned warehouse with dirt floors and dirty, broken skylights. Katrin expertly
flung milk from glasses as I shot with a fast shutter speed. Relying on the magic of
intention, openness and serendipity we created a substantial series, of which these five
are an excerpt.
Brown is known for his exploration of the unconscious through improvisation and the cultivation of surprise, serendipity and synchronicity via alchemy. His photography career dates back to 1978 and he has been active in improvised experimental music and video since 1974. His first photography sale was to the collection of the Standard Oil Company of Indiana and his video You Define Single File was nominated for the Golden Gate Award at the 47th San Francisco International Film Festival. He was born in Dubuque, Iowa, received a BA in film from Columbia College and now resides in North Carolina.
Awards Gold Winner at the 2018 Moscow International Foto Awards
Honorable Mention in Circle Arts' Spotlight Magazine Cover Contest
Seven nominations at the 5th Annual Fine Art Photography Awards
Nominee at the 12th Annual International Color Awards
Silver Winner at the 2018 Tokyo International Foto Awards
Short List Winner London International Creative Competition, 2017
Honorable Mention Winner, Tokyo International Foto Awards, 2017
Bronze Award winner at Prix de la Photographie, Paris (Px3), 2017
Photomanipulation Nominee for the Fine Art Photography Awards, 4th Edition, 2017
Awarded Cash Jury Prize for Art Fomenar, 2017
Bronze winner at Art Forward for the second and third competitions in 2015 and 2016
Short film You Define Single File nominated for the Golden Gate Award at the 47th San Francisco Film Festival in 2004
Public art in the form of my photograph adorning an elevator door at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod in Yarmouth, Massachusetts.