June 3rd Through June 30th
Ryders Cup 2012 is a virtual gallery of a show I hung at Ryders Cup Coffee in my hometown of Lakewood, New York. The twelve images represent Aspherical from the beginning in 2005 through the middle of 2011.
Located on Chautauqua Avenue, Ryders Cup serves up espresso, coffee, and delicious pastries. Ryders Cup shares a building with Off The Beaten Path, an independent bookstore.
From 2007 through 2010, I shot Kodachrome in my old Fujica AX-5 cameras. This is a selection of twenty-nine of my favorite shots from all over the United States.
Kodachrome was invented in 1935 by two musicians. For the next seventy-five years, photographers loved Kodachrome's sharpness and faithful color rendition. In 2010, Kodak killed Kodachrome. The last lab in the world processing Kodachrome stopped accepting it on December 30th, 2010.
October 9th Through November 10th
Element Coffee Company 2010 is a virtual representation of a show I hung at Element Coffee Company in Milton, Georgia, a suburb of Atlanta. The ten photographs are a survey of Aspherical from the beginning in 2005 to the middle of 2010.
May 22nd Through June 22nd
Coffee Loft 2009 is a virtual gallery of a show I hung at The Coffee Loft in Castleberry Hill, an Atlanta, Georgia, neighborhood. The pictures are a survey of Aspherical from the beginning in 2005 to the middle of 2009.
Located at 322 Peters Street, The Coffee Loft is a unique three level espresso shop with a variety of tasty drinks as well as snacks, sandwiches, and art.
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