The separation of the participants caught the eye of photojournalist David Hume Kennerly, “I was struck by the moment of the cat on the bed, a portrait of Jesus on the wall, and two generations who don’t appear to be interacting but are together nonetheless.” June 2014
Pulitzer Prize winning David Hume Kennerly has had 37 Time & Newsweek cover images. Of this image, he said, The eyes have it. Education is another of life’s essentials, and this photo made me happy knowing that these kids were in school…in an area that has seen much turmoil. June 2014
I entered three images in the 2011 The Rotarian photo contest and …none of them were chosen. Disappointment changed to delight when the editor decided to run a feature story, using two of my three submitted images. What’s the message: Jurors are people — and people are subjective. The juror (Harry Benson) may (or may…
Pulitzer-prize winning, NY Times photographer Damon Winter selected my portrait because the photo “showed a quiet grace and a direct and intimate connection between the subject and the photographer.” How did we connect? Initially we chatted about his beautiful home, an old Fes al Bali mansion. Then, I noticed his dog, a cocoa brown Rottweiler,…
Proceeds from Donated images by 20+ Quinte Area Photographers will go to SUPPORT our FRONT LINE MEDICAL WORKERS at Belleville General Hospital…Think where we might be if they stayed home! Photos For BGH Foundation
During this unprecedented and uncertain time, I hope this message finds you well! A group of talented local photographers and I have organized a photographic print sale to raise funds for BGH (Belleville General Hospital) and its fight against Covid-19. We are selling beautiful photographs for $75 with all proceeds going directly to the hospital….
Saturday, April 25, 2020 ~ 2:00 – 3:30 pm SPARK Photo Festival & Peterborough Public Library Trek to Summit of Kilimanjaro & Beyond 345 Aylmer Street North Petrborough, Ontario, K9H 3V7 705-745-5382 Peterborough Library