Tuesday, June 30, 2009

2 new images

My model C came through for me once again. We've been having odd weather this summer - so...much....rain! However, bright sunshine is far worse for shooting in so I had to wait for an overcast day that didn't threaten torrential downpours. Not only did I have to wait, but C had to be at the ready, which is tough for any model to be. Well, I have 2 successful images from that day:

Today, I am going to either scout out locations or attempt a shoot on my own. Not sure how feasible that is, but will try. Although the sun is shining, I should have no problem finding shade.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Blurb here I come

My first book - self-published anyway. I am turning Rabbitholes and Revelations into a table top book. It's costly so I will be printing only one up right now but Blurb puts it on their site and people can purchase copies and I get 100% profit. I am really looking forward to this. Very exciting! I will more than likely purchase an ISBN number but right now, first things first. Will keep everyone posted on when it's complete.

Monday, June 15, 2009

Mr. Colin Ford

Today I met with British author and photo historian Colin Ford. A nice gentleman who was nice enough to make time to see me and look at my work. I brought a few of my outdoor nudes, my whole "Rabbitholes..." series and whatever new work I have. As he warned me, he said he wasn't able to do a whole lot for me though he seemed to like my work. I asked him if he would be able to write something about my work when his plate isn't so full (he is curating 3 exhibits, one in Hungary). He said he couldn't agree to it right now because of how busy he is. I understand. His main advice is - what I have been hearing - to keep doing what I am doing.

Yes. Since 1995-ish, I have not stopped photographing. I won't stop now, especially with this project I am on. It is frustrating, though. A dramatic analogy - I feel a little like an adorable stray puppy that lots of people are passing up saying "you are sooo cute, but unfortunately, I can't take you home". I will still wag my tail, show the big eyes and stay hopeful that one day someone will take me home.

Tuesday, June 9, 2009


I've decided to give the old website a little facelift. I've removed all of the mixed media work and am only showing a few images per series of the work pre-Rabbitholes. It's not up yet - I will post when it is, but in the meantime, I have changed my News page and needed to put these images somewhere. They are important to me in that I don't seem to have many shots of me actually working. So for those of you that haven't seen these:

Monday, June 8, 2009

and that was today

Hot and sunny but I had my woodland creature with me so we had to partake on a journey. We danced in the "ruins" near Lefferts Blvd. We walked together down a dirt road behind some industrial park in Nassau County. Tomorrow, I have a frog to kiss and see if he becomes a prince.

It's great to be an artist :)