Monthly Archives February 2011

Yes to Prints! | TWiP #187

  Even if I’m buried under a mountain of work, I’m always ready to join Frederick Van Johnson on his thought-provoking show, This Week in Photo (TWiP). A regular on TWiP, I just get so energized by Frederick’s exhilarating discussions on issues concerning us as photographers. And this episode is no different. I join good […]

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The WPPI is always a fun week for me – seeing old friends, playing with new toys from awesome companies, judging albums and discovering new artists. This year, it will be especially fun, because I have the chance to learn the secrets of success from other top women photographers! I am part of an amazing group […]

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It has been some time since my trip to Appalachia, but I have always appreciated how it showed me an unseen glimpse of American life. An interview with Paul Hagey of Streetwater, an exploratory crew of photojournalists who travel to exotic locations to capture amazing images, helped me revisit Appalachia and reflect on my interaction […]

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Oh. My. God. I don’t usually blush like a teenage girl. However, when you’ve been selected by a prestigious international brand to be in a short film alongside icons such as David Lynch, I think you are allowed to feel a little light-headed. As part of its soon-to-be-released Exhibition Canvas Satin, Epson asked me to […]

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Women of the 40s – with their picture-perfect luscious curls, blood red lips, porcelain complexion – always represented to me the dawning of the strong, independent female. Despite their stark silhouettes, these women embodied the feminine, bringing the sexy to boxy, shoulder-padded jackets and knee-length skirts. They also inspired iconic starlets, such as Bettie Page […]

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