Monday, January 30, 2012

March 1936.

Amazing full size Walker Evans photograph via: Shorpy (click link for all the glorious details)
Auto Parts Shop, Atlanta Georgia, 1936 - Walker Evans

Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Inliquid Benefit Auction.

I am proud to announce that I will have a photograph of mine (below) included in this year's Inliquid Benefit Auction.

This year's auction will take place on February 10, 2012
at The Ice Box Project Space Crane Arts Building
1400 N. American Street, Philadelphia

You can help out a great cause and bid on some really wonderful art by purchasing
tickets to the event: here.

Manzanas de La Finca, 2011 (silver gelatin print)

Friday, January 20, 2012


Etta James, January 25, 1938 – January 20, 2012

Monday, January 16, 2012

But if not.

Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Thursday, January 5, 2012

Zoe Strauss, Billboard Project.

As part of her 10 year retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Zoe Strauss, has put up billboards of her work all around Philadelphia.

"the project is loosely structured around the themes of the Odyssey, presenting an epic story about journey and homecoming. For ten years Strauss installed her annual I-95 exhibition in South Philadelphia which she describes as an “epic narrative about the beauty and struggle of everyday life.” The Billboard Project represents another telling of that narrative"

Billboard number 1, is located not only on the corner of where I live, it is also located on the corner where I first encountered a Zoe Strauss print back in 2002/2003. It was a photograph glued to a piece of wood and nailed to a pole on the corner of Passyunk and Reed. This photograph led me to more of her work, which led me to admiring her work, which led me to contacting her in regards to an internship, which she accepted, which led to a long friendship which continues to this day.

Zoe has been not only a mentor and inspiration to me, she has been a great and generous friend. She is Philadelphia to me, her and her family have always welcomed me with open arms, and they've helped me to view Philadelphia as my second home.

On a personal level, this photograph at this location. brings tears to my eyes. From a small photograph on a piece of wood nailed to a pole, to a giant billboard, a 10 year retrospective at the Philadelphia Museum of Art....I could not be more proud of you Zoe!

Robert Adams on Light.