I hope all of you are doing well.
As you’ve likely guessed, I’m still quite busy with work and living. My photography has been lagging, furloughed like a federal government employee. This is a temporary situation of course, but it pains me, nonetheless. The bright side is whenever I emerge from time away from the cameras, whether forced or voluntary, I approach new opportunities with vigor. I’ve scouted potential shoot locations in both Georgia and South Carolina. I remain optimistic I’ll have the time to shoot again soon.
To add to this vigor, my gallery director at ArtForms Gallery in Oakland, CA, is working with publishers to produce a book representing the work of the artists showing at ArtForms, and accordingly, I’ve been asked to submit images for consideration. Also, I’ve been asked to consider selling some of my work as limited edition prints through the gallery. Time will tell on the book deal, but I’ve already begun the process of selecting two or three images to be printed in limited edition sets of 15.
Today’s posts are from the archives, specifically sessions in 2010 and 2012, both shot at the West Hall Street house. The picture below of Brittany is a revisit of the original image posted soon after her session in 2010. I hope you enjoy them and I thank each of you for your interest and encouragement.
I hope all of you in the United States, and those abroad that celebrate, have had a safe and enjoyable Thanksgiving holiday. And happy Hanukkah!
Until next time, please stay in touch and take care.