Since its creation in 1998, Actuphoto, has been the premiere online photography magazine in France, rallying both professional and amateur image enthusiasts alike with up to date news on exhibitions, publications, festivals, equipment reviews and more. Please see an essay regarding my work from Another Room on their site, here.
The Oxford American is a national magazine out of Conway, Arkansas, dedicated to featuring the very best in Southern writing while documenting the complexity and vitality of the American South.
Billed as “The Southern Magazine of Good Writing,” it has won two National Magazine Awards and other high honors since it began publication in 1992. The magazine has featured the original work of such literary powerhouses as Charles Portis, Roy Blount, Jr., ZZ Packer, Donald Harington, Donna Tartt, Ernest J. Gaines, and many other distinguished authors, while also discovering and launching the most promising writers in the region.
The magazine has also published previously unseen work by such Southern masters as William Faulkner, Eudora Welty, Walker Percy, James Agee, Zora Neale Hurston, James Dickey, Carson McCullers, to name just a handful. The New York Times recently stated that The Oxford American “may be the liveliest literary magazine in America.” The magazine is also noted for its impressive art and photography and has published exceptional works by Willliam Eggleston, Carroll Cloar, Thornton Dial, Sr., Lara Tomlin, Wayne White, Robert Gwathmey, Glennray Tutor, and many others. The magazine has released two DVDs, which have featured the work of such directors as Ross McElwee, Roger Corman, Ray McKinnon, Joey Lauren Adams, Frederick Wiseman, and others. They will featuring Record Player from the series Another Room , in their September 2009 issue.
Below is a short review of my show, “Another Room,” written by Vince Aletti and published in The New Yorker in their August 31, 2009 issue.
Below is a small blurb regarding my show “Another Room” found in Zoom Magazine, an Italian international fine art photography publication.
Quiet Color is a Brooklyn based multimedia company striving to highlight artistic integrity amongst contemporary creatives. Their focus is the link between sight and sound through the convergence of indie music and the visual arts. Above all, QC believes that visual language and musical expression are the most effective and stimulating means of communication. You can read a review of my first solo show, written by Marissa Bea here.
Feature Shoot is run by photographer and photo editor, Alison Zavos, and showcases work from up-and-coming photographers alongside work from established photographers who have completed a project or whose work has taken on a new direction. The site covers commercial and non-commercial photography, and is a resource through which photo editors, art directors, art buyers, industry professionals, and people with an interest in photography can discover new talent. A selection of photographers are interviewed to give an insight into their intent and process, as well as to inspire and motivate their peers. You can read the interview I had with Alison here.
American Photography presents the best images by established and emerging photographers selected by an outstanding jury from thousands of entries. The collection, gathered from books, magazines, promotional and personal portfolios, offers an informed view of photography today, with images that resonate through their clearly individual point of view. American Photography is a time capsule in the making.
American Photography offers a who's who in photography, with images by Luc Delahaye, Lee Friedlander, Nan Goldin, Jean Paul Goude, Lauren Greenfield, Brigitte Lacombe, Vincent Laforet, Annie Leibovitz, Martin Parr, Paolo Pellegrin, Spencer Platt, Martin Schoeller, Stephanie Sinclair, to name a few. Work by today's masters is interspersed with pictures by photographers just beginning to make a name for themselves. This year’s cover introduces the work of New York City student, Yael Ben-Zion.
American Photography, founded in 1985, is the leading juried annual and advocate of contemporary photography in North America and the world. Regarded by creative professionals as the number one source for today's finest image makers, American Photography is the premier showcase for editorial, advertising, fine art and experimental work. With a history of presenting the most cutting-edge images, its pages have honored work by Richard Avedon, Helmut Newton and William Wegman and has proudly promoted the early careers of Sally Mann, David LaChapelle, Elinor Carucci and Steven Maisel. My photo, AmyGoodGorilla from the series Other Lovers was included in the 24th edition of the publication in 2008.