Kara Adams, print-out platinum-palladium print (1:1 pt:pd) on Revere Platinum paper, from original negative, 2 x 2 inches Scans of prints from this Spring Semester’s Advanced Studies in Photography class, where the group worked with MW Print-out platinum-palladium.
UPDATE: the book is now available Camp Discover 2013 edited by Pradip Malde today: Camp Discover children signing posters at the reception for the children participating in the Camp Discover photography exhibition at Stirlings Coffee Shop, Sewanee. Haylee Guyear: the most interesting rock, Camp Discover Photography Project, Summer, 2013 Healthy social structures rely on […]
Mr. Stress. Trench Town, Kingston, Jamaica. January , 2011 [see more from this set] A couple of Sewanee students, Lillie Belle Viebranz and Chalker Kansteiner, have organized a series of discussions and events about human trafficking. A matter of global concern, and the result of myriad factors, I really appreciate that they are choosing […]
Shawn Decker: The Night Sounds installation photographed at St. Andrews-Sewanee Art Gallery, June, 2012 Sewanee, TN hosts a number of remarkable programs during the Summer. Among them, the one I most look forward to is a fortnight of art classes at St. Andrews-Sewanee School, known as Shakerag Workshops. Along with the focus and creative energy […]
Sewanee alum Mary Knox Merrill is a staff photographer for the Christian Science Monitor and reporting from Haiti. This article has some of her work – scroll down to mid-point and click on the ‘Video: Earthquake Haiti’ link. Other stories by Mary Knox: AFRICA Rape in Congo as weapon of war Congo’s gorillas Educating girls […]
I read the Independent article, mentioned in an earlier post, and then re-read this article by Michael Pollan. His thinking, dark as it may seem, is piercing and clear. We are most likely approaching desperate times, and nothing short of strong, visionary leadership, and effective legislation at every level is going to resolve the looming […]