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Photographic fictional narratives read like fairytales or novellas rather than memoirs – they create a space for the viewer to interpret dreams, symbols, and characters – either collective or intimate...
There came a time in my creative journey when I started to want—and really need—critical feedback and unfortunately, the weekly critiques of graduate school were long behind me.
If you read my previous post “An Introduction to Portfolio Reviews”, you no doubt noticed a few references to the fact that the significance investment of time, energy, and money...
Interviewing Judy Dater over the phone is a bit unnerving. She is on vacation at The Sea Ranch on the Northern California Coast when we
What is it about photography and memory? Why is the photo album the one thing most people would grab in a fire before running out the door when the house...
The days of modernist photography are gone, as is the legendary Ruth Bernhard, but the wisdom she imparted in a small lecture I attended in San Francisco, March 20, 1997...
How does an environmental portrait differ from a fine art portrait of a face or a body? Is it merely a portrait of someone in their environment? The answer –...