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Sheltering In Place
Sheltering In Place is my rumination on essentials of life during the Covid-19 Pandemic,interpreted in the style of 17th Century still life paintings.
I am a Bay Area photographer. I live in Oakland, CA (USA). My photography practice is centered around my own work and that of other artists since I spend time each month doing volunteer work directly related to assisting the local photographic community. Most recently I have launched a project called Sheltering In Place Art. It is a Facebook group dedicated to illustrating what people are creating right now.
Personally, my work in photography is related to either documentary projects or to intimate still-life studio imagery. My current documentary project is called Essential Workers.
Fractured Portrait, Black & White Magazine, Single Image Contest Award, Digital Manipulation, Issue 137, February 2020
Willa, Black & White Magazine, Single Image Contest Award, Portraiture,, Issue 137, February 2020
Silent Gesture, Berkeley Camera Club, Journalism Best in Show, Annual Print Competition
Thoughts and Prayers, Best of Show, PhotoCentral Spring Exhibition, Hayward, CA
Lena, Black & White Magazine, Single Image Contest Award, Issue 131, Feb. 2019
Foreshore Freeway Bridge, Black & White Magazine, Looking Back-Looking Forward Contest Award in the Smartphone category, Issue 133, June 2019
You're Just Too Good To Be True, Honorable Mention, Prix de la Photographie, Paris