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Two of My Photographs, Now Part of a Museum Collection.

The two photographs below are now a part of the collection of the Midwest Museum of American Art.  Recently, the pieces were reviewed and accepted into their collection. The photographs were donated to the museum by Dr. Steven Conant of

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Two of My Photographs, Now Part of a Museum Collection.

The two photographs below are now a part of the collection of the Midwest Museum of American Art.  Recently, the pieces were reviewed and accepted into their collection. The photographs were donated to the museum by Dr. Steven Conant of

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Art Paul of Playboy, The Man Behind the Bunny at Heartland Film Festival

Satch and I were so excited to learn that, Art Paul of Playboy, The Man Behind the Bunny, was going to be screened at the Heartland Film Festival. What a excellent film! Obviously, it is a labor of love for

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Art Paul of Playboy, The Man Behind the Bunny at Heartland Film Festival

Satch and I were so excited to learn that, Art Paul of Playboy, The Man Behind the Bunny, was going to be screened at the Heartland Film Festival. What a excellent film! Obviously, it is a labor of love for

Smith Cemetery, Vallonia, Indiana – Step by Step to Final Print – Update August 6, 2015

While digging through some recently found boxes of negatives and prints, I came across this Polaroid Type 55 negative of the Smith Cemetery in Vallonia, Indiana made in November of 1993.  I have no idea why this was not with

Smith Cemetery, Vallonia, Indiana – Step by Step to Final Print – Update August 6, 2015

While digging through some recently found boxes of negatives and prints, I came across this Polaroid Type 55 negative of the Smith Cemetery in Vallonia, Indiana made in November of 1993.  I have no idea why this was not with

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Marylin, After Warhol

Recently, Satch found some vintage half-tone ortho litho film negatives.  One was the same photograph that Warhol used in making his iconic Marylin Monroe silkscreen print.  I couldn’t resist, so I scanned the negative and made, via Photoshop, my own

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Marylin, After Warhol

Recently, Satch found some vintage half-tone ortho litho film negatives.  One was the same photograph that Warhol used in making his iconic Marylin Monroe silkscreen print.  I couldn’t resist, so I scanned the negative and made, via Photoshop, my own

Pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó

El Santuario de Chimayó is a Roman Catholic church in Chimayó, New Mexico.  This santuario (Spanish for “sanctuary”) is famous for the story of its founding and as a contemporary pilgrimage site.  It receives almost 300,000 visitors per year and

Pilgrimage to El Santuario de Chimayó

El Santuario de Chimayó is a Roman Catholic church in Chimayó, New Mexico.  This santuario (Spanish for “sanctuary”) is famous for the story of its founding and as a contemporary pilgrimage site.  It receives almost 300,000 visitors per year and

Updated – New Book – New Mexico Photographs

Update:  The photograph below ended up avoiding the cutting room floor.  In the book, it is opposite the title page, the first photograph in the book! I am currently designing a new book that will contain archive images that I

Updated – New Book – New Mexico Photographs

Update:  The photograph below ended up avoiding the cutting room floor.  In the book, it is opposite the title page, the first photograph in the book! I am currently designing a new book that will contain archive images that I

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Unknown Caller – A Short Film

(Watching full screen in HD gives the best quality and detail)

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Unknown Caller – A Short Film

(Watching full screen in HD gives the best quality and detail)