January 26, 2012

Upcoming Photography Exhibition At The Marietta Museum Of Art

            I am very excited to announce that the Marietta Museum of Art will be hosting an exhibition of photography from my recent book collaboration with author Doug Frey, “Marietta, The Gem City of Georgia” entitled “Homes and Heroes”. This exhibition will be a collection of black and white images of historic homes from the Civil War time period in the city of Marietta. The show will also include a collection of original Civil War daguerreotype photography and will run from April through the summer. This is my first major museum exhibition of my photography and I am working hard now to get the images prepared. It will be sponsored by Canon USA, Adobe, onOne Software, National Association of Photoshop Professionals, Digital Picture Atlanta, and GW Molding. I wouldn’t be able to put this together without their generous financial contributions to this project so thanks to all of you for the support. Exact details of the dates, lectures, and reception will be posted soon.

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           The recently published 400+ page book has been a great success for the city. Last week, The Cobb Landmarks and Historical Society honored both Doug and me for our contributions to the city of Marietta at their annual awards program.

            2012 is starting out with lots of upcoming digital photography programs and exhibits. On February 7, I will be presenting a Canon Explorers of Light Program in Melbourne Florida for the Camera Club of Brevard. I always look forward to a visit to Florida as I grew up in West Palm Beach. Hope to see some of my Florida friends there. In March, I will be speaking at my 24th Photoshop World with brand new programs in Washington DC. This will be the first time Photoshop World will be held there. As always, this should be a great show. The next week, March 29th, I will be presenting another Canon Program for ASMP San Diego at the Museum of Photographic Arts.  San Diego is such a cool city, so Helene and I are really looking forward to that visit. We hope we can spend some extra days there seeing some of the sights.