Some Pinholes from Civita

Some Pinholes from Civita

I spent  a month in Civita di Bagnoregio, an Etruscan hilltop town in Italy on a fellowship from the Civita Institute, (civitainstitute.org). Since I arrived home mid-December, I have been scanning and editing images. I am still not done but three days ago, finished...

Civita: A Month

I have been in Civita di Bagnoregio for the past month shooting pinhole photographs on a fellowship.  Civita is a surreal, isolated hilltop town north of Rome and I fell in love with It.  It survived largely due to the work of an architect, Astra Zarina and her...
Connie

Connie

Has it really been almost seven years since you passed ?  So many of our times together seem like they just happened.  I have been channeling you babe, makes me want be better, as if you were still here.  So my resolution for this year is to cook! Yes cook real...

Frayed Edges

It is an interesting question (to me at least) why I stop where I stop to photograph, why I photograph what I photograph.  After all these years I have realized that I seem to be attracted to a certain type of subject matter.   About fifteen years ago it became clear...
Shooting the Climate Strike March with the Pinhole

Shooting the Climate Strike March with the Pinhole

I decided recently that almost everything I shoot going forward will be with a pinhole camera on film.  In a world where the average photographer will take several hundred images of an event like the recent Climate Strike March in Seattle, it was not really an easy...