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Mariners’ Museum Aquires Underwater PrintsOctober 23rd, 2014

The Mariners’ Museum of Newport News, Virginia, recently acquired a portfolio of work titled the “Marine Portfolio.”  This portfolio was curated by Jeanne Adams and contains a selection of black and white underwater photography, along with several ocean surface images.  The portfolio contains 8 of my underwater prints, along with work from  Scott Campbell, Martha Casanave, Chuck Davis, Wayne Levin, Will Giles, Art Haseltine, Ryuijie and Camille Lenore.  This is a wonderful selection of images depicting the emotional, abstract, and subtle aspects of the ocean, masterfully sequenced.  This work will be shown at the Mariners’ Museum in the fall of 2015…stay tuned for more details.  The museum is known as “America’s National Maritime Museum,” and contains an amazing collection of art and photography related to the sea.  It also houses the USS Monitor Center.  Check it out:

 

 

 

 

 

Royal Photographic Society International Print CompetitionOctober 23rd, 2014

The Royal Photographic Society of the UK runs the oldest juried print competition, this year called RPS International 157 (for the 157th year).  This year the RPS shortlisted two of my underwater photos.  (The shortlist means out of 6500 entries, they narrowed it down to 290 images). I’m happy to be part of that group with my work titled “Sandstorm” and “Dunes I.”  Check out the RPS, they are full of great learning opportunities and competitions.  The page with all of the shortlisted images is here:

Second Prize in Paris CompetitionOctober 13th, 2013

I am very happy to share this news:  I have won second place in the International Fine Art Photography Competition, in the landscape/seascape/nature category.  This contest, also known as the Grand Prix de la Decouverte, is based in Paris, and culminates in an exhibit of finalists and winners in the Paris Salon de la Photo, November 7-11.  My winning image, “Kelp and Fish over Sandscape,” will be in this exhibit.  Click on the image below to see the final images in this wildly international juried  exhibit!  See you in Paris!

kelp and fish over sandscape