Saturday, January 28, 2012

Help shape the future of the Grand Canyon

The public comment period only lasts through January 31, 2012.
All comments will be considered so this is the best chance to have a real impact on the flows from Glen Canyon Dam.

The link provided goes to American Whitewater. It has a great synopsis of the situation and will allow you to form your own opinion that you can post. Read the information (it's short). Make your voice be heard. Our influence can help make sure that the water that flows through the Grand Canyon will be varied enough to support the life in the canyon.

Thursday, January 26, 2012

Euro/Dollar print exchange

I'm taking care of the N. America side of things, so if you are from USA or Canada and would like to participate in an alternative photographic process print exchange with our friends in Europe you need to do two things...

1. Read EVERYTHING in the webpage that you will find by clicking the link at the top.

2. Send me an email with your stated interest, your process, and some kind of way to see a bit of your work (be it a website, facebook page, or even emailing me a few small jpegs of your work)

This exchange is not running on a strict schedule, but when we have enough people on this side of the ocean, I'll send everything over to Europe. So, the best strategy is to express your interest, get a print ready to go, then be patient.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Monday, January 23, 2012

A dammed river

evaporating faster than it can be replenished

Sunday, January 22, 2012

Wednesday, January 18, 2012

PIPA/SOPA only protects the big media goons

I am an artist. I do not want people to steal my work, profit from it, or share it without my consent, but PIPA/SOPA are not doing anything at all to help me.
PIPA/SOPA is removing the mechanism for sharing.
PIPA/SOPA is removing the avenues for individual artists and small media companies to share their work and build any business.
PIPA/SOPA is making it harder for individual artists.
PIPA/SOPA does nothing at all for small artists or small creative companies and is a mechanism of the large media companies who do not have any respect for their audience.
PIPA/SOPA is NOT a mechanism to protect artists.
PIPA/SOPA is a means to stifle art.
PIPA/SOPA only services the wealthy mediocre big media companies who "donate" millions to individuals in the legislature to write laws that protect only the big mediocre companies.

You like my work?
Thank you.
Please don't reproduce it and claim it as your own.
But, you CAN share it with a link to the work; something that might be illegal if PIPA/SOPA pass and become law.

Monday, January 16, 2012

Metal Terra Didactyl

(not mine. Just a super cool thing at the visitor center on the north side of the bridge in Page, AZ with Glen Canyon and Glen Canyon Dam in the background. They've been finding lots of dinosaur footprints since the lake keep evaporating and getting lower and lower and lower...)

Monday, January 02, 2012


"Altered State?"
photography show
opening reception Saturday, January 14
at ARTSPACE Gallery
of Pocono Arts Council

Both of these photogravures of mine will be there. If you are in PA, stop by the show and see them in person (much better looking live than just on the internet)

"Camp 118.6"

"Campsite Quanta"

update January 15, 2012
I am very proud to announce that "Campsite Quanta" received the Juror's Choice award in this show.

Here are some links to press about the show:

Sunday, January 01, 2012