Stronger Together, Identities Now Selections, and more!

Stronger Together !

Here is the latest video that I did for the Greater Longview United Way Stronger Together campaign.

More New Work

Quick & Easy Crochet

Editorial

Corporate

Identites Now: Contemporary Portrait Photography
Image Selections


Identities Now organized by Peter Hay Halpert
Here is a link to the list of selected artist. I am honored to be selected.

Lost Love

Charlie Brown and his funeral

Selection Committee:
David Harris – Design Director Vanity Fair
Laurie Kratochvil – legendary photo editor for LA Times, Rolling Stone, In Style and more
Sam Shahid – Calvin Klien and Shahid & Company and more
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders – portrait photographer with work in the MOMA, MFAH. etc
David Schonauer – photo editor of American Photo for 20 years and more
Peter H. Halpert – art dealer, professor, author, lecturer, curator and collector.

Two mentions in two different articles this week: a Photographer and an Environmental Activist mention my work =D
my two passions…

Klastic Magazine
Interview With Warren Harold
Warren was an award winner in our very 1st Holga Out of the Box Call for Entry. Love his work.

Here is an excerpt:
“Hi Warren, please introduce your self to the reader…
Hey there, I’m Warren Harold, a photographer living in Houston, TX. I graduated from Sam Houston State University with a BS in Photography in 1993. I worked in a commercial studio in Houston until 2000, when I accepted a job as Quality Control in the photo lab at the Johnson Space Center.

How long have you been playing with toy camera?

I’ve been using toy cameras since 1992. My first toy camera was a Holga 120S from the Maine Photographic Workshops.”

To read more, click here

Earthblog
by Sharon Wilson

Environmental Racism in the Haynesville Shale: New Storm Pregnant with Lightning
FYI: I found out about David Hudson when a friend of mine in NYC sent me an article from the NYT regarding Hudson and DeBerry. I kept the article, then finally gave him a call a year later to document his story.

Here is an excerpt from Earthblog:

“I drove to the Haynesville Shale last Tuesday, to the Church of the Living God where the EPA was holding a community meeting. The residents in this area on the Texas-Louisiana border are still, after more than two decades, trying to get one simple thing: safe drinking water.

I first met David Hudson in 2006, not long after, “What Lies Beneath,” a story by Rusty Middleton about water contamination in DeBerry, Texas from oil field disposal wells appeared in the Texas Observer. Hudson was already a veteran in dealing with contaminated water.”

To read more, click here.
Thanks Sharon, you are one of my heros too.

Recap of ArtkWalk and Artist Reception for Equine Art

ArtWalk and the artist reception for Equine Art photographs by John Wrather was well attended dispite the heat. Thank you East Texas !
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Tammy Cromer-Campbell photographs commercial, executive portraits, people, places, and things. Her first book was published by UNT Press, Fruit of the Orchard | Environmental Justice in East Texas. She is currently working on the film documentary that originates from Fruit of the Orchard. Her studio/gallery is located in downtown Longview, Texas and on the web at https://tccphoto.com/gallery
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