“This project is an exploration of beauty as an antidote for personal and political crisis.Writer and philosopher John O’Donohue states, “I think that beauty is not a luxury, but that it ennobles the heart and reminds us of the infinity that is within us.” That idea resonates with me and inspired this project. The images… Read More
Sometimes when you think of a certain place, you find youself remembering it through the lens of a photographe. Their work has such a strong connection with the environment that it becomes a natural response. Jack Wasserbach is Oceano and the rough and weathered coastline of California.
Diana Cheren Nygren’s portfolio When the Trees are Gone was selected by juror Paula Tognarelli for the 2020 Rfotofolio Selections. We are pleased to share her work. “I chose When the Trees are Gone because of its imaginative nature. The word that comes to mind when I look at these photographs is “bellwether”. Absurdity is in the wind in these… Read More
E.E. McCollum’s portfolio At Seventy was selected by Rfotofolio for the 2020 Rfotofolio Selections.He was the 2020 Lensbaby Award winner. We are pleased to share his work. Please click on images to to see a different view.
“The least I can do is give a voice to those who can not talk.” Jane Goodall.
Dominic Lippillo’s portfolio Stories We Tell Ourselves was selected by Rfotofolio for the 2020 Rfotofolio Selections. We are pleased to share his work. Please click on images to view full size.
Dominic Lippillo’s portfolio Stories We Tell Ourselves was selected by Rfotofolio for the 2020 Rfotofolio Selections. We are pleased to share his work. Click on images to view full size.
Michael Darough portfolio The Talk was selected by jurors Paula Tognarelli, Jennifer Schlesinger and Rfotofolio for the 2020 Rfotofolio Selections. We are pleased to share his work. ” I believe there is nothing more urgent than to call out systemic racism. By choosing this portfolio I acknowledge that systemic racism exists and that I am committed to exhibiting… Read More
“When I photograph, what I’m really doing is seeking answers to things.” Wynn Bullock Read More
“I tell myself to just start. I pick up my camera or I mix some chemicals and get the darkroom ready to print. Before I know it, I am immersed in the creative process again. I never regret “just starting” and inevitably I end up working through stagnation. As long as I learn something or practice my craft, even when I fumble, I feel accomplished.” Maria Isabel LeBlanc