Memorial Day in London isn’t exactly the same here in London as it is the United States. We have 2 bank holidays in the UK; one on the first weekend of May and one on the fourth.
This weekend M and I, along with 8 other friends, drove up to Norfolk to The Long House; an architectural dream house!
Needless to say, photo opportunities were abound. Trips to the beach, vineyards and one. epic. photo shoot.
Here’s a photo I took of my friend Aaron the other week. A handsome man if I do say so myself!
BAM! FEATURED ON THE FRONT PAGE OF KICKSTARTER’S PHOTOGRAPHY PAGE!!!
We’re SO SO SO close to reaching out fundraising goal! Help Portraits In Provincetown’s Kickstarter Campaign!
LESS THAN $700 AWAY FROM REACHING OUR GOAL!!!!!
LETTTTTSSS DOOOO TTTHHIIISSS!!!
We’ve made it halfway through the Kickstarter campaign!
Currently, the project stands at just below $12,000. That’s AMAZING. But we still need to reach our goal which means we need your support!!
Please support my Portraits In Provincetown series (And Brian Sims!) by clicking on the link below to pledge your donations. If you can’t donate, then please spread the love by sharing the link on your Social Media accounts and blogs!!
After only 9 days, I’m happy to report that the Portraits In Provincetown solo show and book has reached over 50% of it’s funding via Kickstarter.
Thank you all for pledging support and contributing to making sure this show will go on.
We’re almost there so please continue to show your love by sharing the Kickstarter page with your family, friends and colleagues.
Hi friends and followers!
We’ve raised over $5,000 so far in just 6 days! That’s an incredible feat and it’s all because of supports like you.
Please continue to pledge donations and spread the word by click and sharing on the link below.
Portraits in Provincetown Kickstarter Campaign
I know we can reach our goal of $15,000 but we need all the help we can get!
Friends and followers,
I’ve begun a Kickstarter campaign to help fund my first solo show, featuring my series Portraits In Provincetown!
The show will be at The William-Scott Gallery in Provincetown on June 26,2015 and you’re all invited!
Please click on the link below to pledge a donation. You’re money will help guarantee that this show will see the light of day. And the rewards are pretty good if I do say so myself!
I’ve been laughing all over my neighborhood here in London at the array of discarded Christmas trees that have appeard on the street since the new year started. Naturally, I thought I would make a micro series about these abandoned beauties.
There is a humanness to the trees in these photos that I quite enjoy. I think it creates more of an emotional experience for the viewer than was first intended. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.