Last week (April 5-9, 2010) I had the privilege to be a guest blogger on the New York Photo Festival website. The goal of the New York Photo Festival is to identify and document the future of photography in all its forms.
Here are links to each of my posts:
Interview with UK Photographer Caroline Irby on Immigrant Children
An interview with the award-winning British documentary and portrait photographer and writer, Caroline Irby on her journey of meeting our world’s most precious resource all while staying within the UK.
On Showing Faith Through Photography
How has photography, the greatest visual art medium of our (modern) time, contributed to the faith conversation?
In Conversation with Chester Higgins, Jr and Laylah Amatullah Barrayn
Featuring questions answered by Chester that didn’t make it into the conversation between him, myself and Laylah published in the Spring 2010 issue of exposure, a journal published by the Society for Photographic Education.
Notes from the Women in Art Photography Panel
My notes from the discussion held on April 2nd, moderated by Marla Goldwasser (Director, Affirmation Arts) and featuring panelists Jon Feinstein (curator), Justine Reyes (photographer), Sasha Rudensky (photographer), Charlotte Cotton (curator) and Vanessa Kramer (Director of Photographs, Phillips de Pury & Company).
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