2013 AM Alumni Project Symposium

After a 5 year hiatus, the A.M. Alumni Project Symposium reconvened in Las Trancas, Mexico and was a great success! Participants came with a variety of projects and ideas and spent a week working individually and collectively to further their ideas. Utilizing individual presentations, group meetings, one-on-ones and videos, everyone was able to move their…

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Looking back at 2012

2012 will always go down for me as an important year with the publication of my book, The Color of Light. I want to thank those of you who supported the project, again. All of the proceeds collected from the sale of the book are going to be utilized toward my next although I’m still…

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The Baby Has Arrived!

After almost 40 years of shooting and 2 years of design, editing and sequencing, my book, “The Color of Light” has finally become a reality. Designed by renowned graphic designer, Lowell Williams, the book contains “An Appreciation”  by Sam Abell, a forward by Jay Maisel and ends with a conversation between myself and John Paul…

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Printing my book, “The Color of Light”

I am in Shenzhen, China where I am overseeing the printing of my book, “The Color of Light”. This is a pretty exciting time for me as this book has been almost 4o years in the making. It’s a collection of some of my favorite personal images… some iconic and some never before published. Subject-wise…

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The Brick

With all the talk about the new DSLR cameras with their megapixel possibilities, it was refreshing to find an “old friend”… the Argus C3 rangefinder (circa 1938-1956) at a recent photo swap meet in Vancouver. Affectionately referred to as “the brick” (it’s heavy enough to use as a doorstop or pound fence posts with), I…

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Cuba… Old Cars, Great Cigars and More

Cuba is one of those places that most of us think about with a mixed sense of wonder and mystery. Having just had the opportunity to visit and photograph there, courtesy of a cultural exchange, I finally got my opportunity to see and experience this country first hand. While the infrastructure is in dire need of…

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Antarctica Recap

It’s been about a month since I returned from Antarctica. And the first question everyone asks, “What was it like?”. The simple answer is that it is like no other place on the planet. The “getting” there is long and dicey…. overnight to Buenos Aires, change of airports, 3 hour flight to Ushuaia at the…

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