30 October 2008

My new PhotoShelter Archive is up and running

It can be accessed in two ways. The first option is the standard PhotoShelter template and the second is their new website feature. Both sites contain exactly the same content. Click on 'galleries' to view the entire archive. I will be continuously uploading new work here:

29 October 2008

Saatchi Online Gallery Profile and a few other links

I now have a page on the Saatchi Online Gallery. Also, check out these other links on my work: Blueeyes Magazine, Mexican Pictures Blog, Flak Photo and Verve Photo.

Switching to PhotoShelter

I will be switching to PhotoShelter for my US representation archive after Digital RailRoad shut down abruptly today. My new archive will include all the work currently on Anzenberger which represents me outside America. Check back in a few days.

28 October 2008

Selected as a Critical Mass 2008 Finalist

I just learned that I have been selected as a finalist in Photo Lucida's Critical Mass Contest. I now advance to a second round of jurying to be decided upon in about a month.

27 October 2008

Jen Bekman Hey, Hot Shot! Blog Write-Up

Sara Distin blogged about my b&w Maramures work today as part of Jen Bekman Gallery's biannual Hey, Hot Shot! contest. Read the insightful piece here:

14 October 2008

Review Santa Fe

I forgot to mention that I have been to this juried portfolio review event in Santa Fe, New Mexico twice and this year they have each of us highlighted on a web page.

A new print sale

I am happy to report that I have sold this collection print to Colin Hough Trapp of the art book publisher Rizzoli in New York.

08 October 2008

David Alan Harvey's Loft Party

Last Friday night I was present for the slideshow and party following David Alan Harvey's second loft workshop which took place in his apartment at the quirky 'kibbutz', a building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn full of artists and photographers with a spectacular view of the water looking over to Manhattan. The beer was in good supply and it was a sight to behold how Harvey has created such a large photography community through his blog that has flowed over into real life.