@ MFA Pratt Institute
based in Durham, NC
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I am a photographer who has been shooting and printing for almost twenty years. I received an MFA in photography from Pratt Institiute in 1996 and a Fulbright Travel Grant in 1997. ...
Because of the holiday schedule, Making Contact, The Halide Project's inaugural exhibition will only be open to the public today until 6 PM, Wednesday, December 23rd, and Wednesday, December 30th. So, if you're in Philly, make sure to stop by the Crane Arts Building and catch it before it's gone! www.thehalideproject.org
There is a piece from my Superfund series in an exhibition called Industrial Philadelphia, Past and Present on view at the Philadelphia Athenæum from now until January 2nd. So, if you're in town for the holidays, go see the show and explore the gorgeous Athenæum! http://www.philaathenaeum.org/
The Halide Project is planning its first major event... A show in December in Philadelphia that will feature work by photographers Bill Armstrong, Vincent Feldman, Joy Goldkind, Tricia Rosenkilde, and Sarah VanKeuren; five artists working in different processes, from large format B&W to plantinum/palladium to bromoil. We plan on holding lectures and workshops that will be free to the public, and in order to make this happen, we have a Kickstarter campagin that's open for the next ten days. If you want to support emulsion-based photography, click on the link below and donate! http://tinyurl.com/halidepro
During the past few months, I've been focused on creating The Halide Project, a multi-faceted endeavor whose mission it is to foster traditional - film and alternative/historic process - photography. I'm happy to say we're off to a great start, with an inaugural show planned for December and many other projects in the works. Check us out at: www.thehalideproject.org