February 18, 2011: My photography work has also been published in the "Best Of Worldwide Photography Artists Volume I" book. My images can be viewed on pages 83-84.
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January 31, 2011: My photography work has been published in the "Best Of Worldwide Portrait and Figurative Artists Volume I: Featuring Artists J-Z
" book. My images can be viewed on pages 59-60. To preview the book: http://bit.ly/fFqBfO
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March 17, 2010: I've created a new Fan page for my photography. I plan to update it regularly with new images, news and relevant info. Become a fan by clicking here.
September 25, 2009: I was sitting in a classroom full of students’ sculptures, drawings and images of the human anatomy yesterday listening to my instructor give his lecture. He made a really interesting observation. None of the male sculptures had any penises. They had all been castrated and stripped of their manhood while the female sculptures had large protruding breasts and the life sized human skeleton that was hanging near the door had a vagina made of clay stuck to its forehead. This leads me to the following question: Why should men be ashamed of their sexuality while women are portrayed as sex objects?
September 12, 2009: Group Photography Show: October 17, 2009 from 8pm to 11pm at Melrose Light Space, 7600 Melrose Ave. Suite N, Los Angeles, CA 90046. Wine, cheese and photography. http://www.melroselightspace.net/
August 24, 2009: I'd like to thank Mike Brown of Tribe, who also organizes our monthly film discussion group, Art on Life, for including me in his insightful article, Evaluating Mediums, for his monthly column on the NoHo Arts District's website. If you live in NoHo and are involved or interested in the arts and culture, Mike's column is educational, insightful and his topics are well chosen. It’s definitely worth checking out.
August 24, 2009: I've decided to explore sculpting in addition to the figure and gesture drawing classes this Fall. It's been something I've been wanting to do and I'm finally doing it.
August 15, 2009 Update: Well, I didn't make it to the 2009 IPA/Lucie Award finals. A little disappointed but happy and surprised that I made it as far as I did. On another note, I'm taking my first instructed figure drawing class today. I'm pretty excited about that. Can't wait for the Fall semester to start. Also picking up the camera again...haven't shot much this year.
August 11, 2009 Update: My photos have made it to ROUND 2 and are now official selections of the 2009 International Photography Awards. http://www.lucieawards.com/
August 10, 2009: A few of my photographs have made it to ROUND 1 of the International Photography Awards. Finalists and winners will be announced on August 18, 2009. http://www.photoawards.com
July 2009: My photography will be part of the "Something Different" international artist exhibition at the APW Gallery, 48-18 Van Dam St., Long Island City, NY 11101 from 7/17/09 - 8/23/09. Opening Reception: July 17 2009. I won't be there for the opening but will be making an appearance during my visit to NY. For more info about the gallery visit: http://apwarts.com/
May 17, 2009: Published in "The Art Model's Handbook: The Naked Truth about Posing for Art Classes and Fine Artists" by Andrew Cahner. For more info about the book visit: http://www.artmodelbook.com/
Nov. 18, 2008: Donated 3 pieces to the Art Knows No Borders charity auction to benefit Doctors Without Borders. http://www.artknowsnoborders.com/
June 1, 2008: Published in the Bodyscapes issue AntiDull Art Magazine. http://www.antidull.com
NOTE: Prints available for purchase are signed, framed mounted and matted limited editions of 250.