PPA Super 1 Day on Travel Photography

July 31, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
I am so excited and honored that I will be conducting a travel photography class on October 19, 2019, with my fellow photographer John E. Powers of Applesauce Photography. John recently published his first photography book on the beautiful people and landscapes of Vietnam. We look forward to sharing and discussing all things travel-related: resear...
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PPA CPP Liaison 2019

September 13, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
I am very excited to be selected as a CPP Liaison! Since March 2016, I have been a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) Beginning January 1, 2019, I will be an official resource to assist candidates and CPPs as subject matter experts and sources of information. The CPP certification program is under the direction of the Certification Committe...
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Taking Shape: Degas as Sculptor @ Norton Simon

April 11, 2018  •  2 Comments
After writing my last blog on Edgar Degas’s Little Dancer statue, I just couldn’t put her out of my mind. So, I decided to pay her a little visit at the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, especially since there was a special Degas exhibition that was to end soon. (Ended as of April 9) Degas's statuettes are already well known and usually on prominen...
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Finalist in International B&W Photo Contest 2018

April 10, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
One Eyeland has named me one of the finalists in the Travel category in its annual World's Top 10 Black & White Photo Contest for 2018. The selection was made by a 7-judge panel, and world-renowned photographers, such as Peter Lik, are among the award recipients. I was honored and truly humbled by the recognition, as I can see that I still have to...
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Degas’s “Little Dancer” Sculpture

March 30, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
As I was digging through my older pictures for a project, I came across some taken at the Norton Simon Museum, featuring bronze statuettes of Edgar Degas, who was better known for his paintings of ballerinas. It was at Norton Simon that I first learnt of Degas as a sculptor. Apparently, I am not the only one who only knew Degas as a painter, so I d...
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