Found in the velvet lining of an antique jewelry box, in a drop of blood, or the pattern of a startling wallpaper, the color red is linked to many meanings and emotions. Prior to the late 1890s, color photography was considered a pipe dream—something that only madmen would claim to have accomplished. Today’s photographers take for … Continue reading SEEING RED Exhibition | Don’t Take Pictures Magazine
Happy to be among the selected artists for the "Masks" exhibition |23 Nov 2016-21 Feb 2017| DTP Magazine
Excited to be one of the winners of the IFocus & Common Routes competition and for the opportunity to present my work.