Each year photographers from around the World submit their best, most creative personal images to
be curated by an industry luminary. Out of nearly one-thousand submissions, our curator selects only
one-hundred images for this inspiring exhibition. This year the very talented and esteemed curator, Laurie Kratochvil, is taking the reins to put together a unique, compelling collection of images for
Off The Clock. This year's exhibition has been extended to a full three weeks–offering lovers of photography more time to get to know the work of these talented photographers!
This is the 5th year my work has appeared in this exhibit.
My image of Antelope Canyon was selected for the show.
Exhibition Dates: April 21 - May 12, 2018
Please come and be inspired and meet the artists at the free opening night reception and exhibition co-hosted by MOPLA
(Month of Photography Los Angeles) and APA Los Angeles.
Free Reception: Saturday, April 21, 2018 7-10 pm - RSVP by April 15, 2018.
Santa Monica Art Studios, Hanger Gallery South, 3026 Airport Avenue Santa Monica, CA 90405. Parking available across the street. Follow APA LA signage.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
Apophenia is the human tendency to perceive and assign meaning to patterns in our environment. The G2 Gallery’s exhibit, Designed Environment, features photography that highlights architectural forms, geometric sequences, and symmetrical patterns found in nature.
My image "Antarctic Ice Block" was in the show that ran from October 12 - December 23, 2017.
Proceeds from the sales benefited their partner non-profit organization -- the California Native Plant Society & Theodore Payne Foundation.
MARINE SCIENCE FOR KIDS: EXPLORING AND PROTECTING OUR WATERY WORLD
by Bethanie Hestermann (Author), Josh Hestermann (Author), Stephanie Arne (Foreword).
Marine Science for Kids is a colorful, fun, photo-filled guide to exploring our underwater world.
My images of Antarctic penguins and seals are in the book.
Check it out on Amazon.
My image of Chapman's Baobab is one of
"Chapman’s baobab is named after James Chapman (1831-1872) who was an explorer of Southern Africa and came across this vast baobab on July 10, 1852 while traversing the Makgadikgadi Salt Pans. This is an iconic tree that David Livingstone and Frederick Selous camped under during their explorations, and one of the three largest baobabs in Africa. I got an opportunity to capture this tree under moonless skies as a long exposure with stars trailing through it. Sadly, on the 7th of January, 2016, it fell to the ground. This tree holds a special place in Africa’s amazing history."
Click here to see all the winning images.
With over 50,000 submissions from over 100 countries, three of my images were selected as a finalists.
APA LA held its sixth annual curated personal photography exhibition with the 100 images that were selected for the exhibition from about 1,000 entries.
This year's work was reviewed by guest curator: Elizabeth Avedon.
The exhibition had a Gala Opening Reception at the Santa Monica Airport in a large gallery space on Saturday, April 29, 2017 from 7:00pm–10:00pm at the Santa Monica Art Studios.
After that the exhibition will rotate through some of the most creative advertising agencies in Los Angeles, including Saatchi LA, and Ignited, then being displayed at Photo LA in January 2018.
These are my photographs in the exhibition...
One of my images of a thermal feature in the Norris Geyser Basin at Yellowstone National Park was selected for the show.
Check the G2 Gallery web site to see images from the entire exhibit.
With over 45,000 submissions from over 100 countries my image of an Ancient Bristlecone Pine and the Milky Way was selected as a finalist.
APA LA held its fifth annual curated personal photography exhibition with the 100 images that were selected for the exhibition from all the entries.
This year's work was reviewed by guest curator: Julie Grahame. The exhibition started with a Gala Opening Reception at the Santa Monica Airport in a large gallery space. After that the exhibition will rotate through some of the most creative advertising agencies in Los Angeles, including Saatchi LA, and Ignited.
The entire exhibit can be viewed on-line.
These are my photographs in the exhibition...
A contributor to every issue of Lick Magazine with photography of wildlife and the natural world.
Issues of Lick Magazine
Lick Magazine is the Ultimate Pet Lifestyle Publication for people with a passion for pets. The magazine is available to download on ISSUU.
My African wildlife photography is featured in their debut issue.
Lick Magazine - Fall 2015 Issue (two covers).
My bird photography is featured in this issue.
Lick Magazine - Summer 2016 Issue (two covers).
My Australia photography is featured in this issue.
Lick Magazine - Winter 2016 Issue.
My Antarctica photography is featured in this issue.
Lick Magazine - Winter 2017 Issue.
My Zambia photography is
featured in this issue.
Lick Magazine - Spring/Summer 2017 Issue (two covers).
My Galapagos photography is featured in this issue.
Lick Magazine - Fall 2017 Issue (two covers).
My Iceland photography is featured in this issue.
Guest speaker on: Thursday, June 23, 2016.
Having visited all seven continents in 2015, I shared photographs and stories of my travels from this and other adventures in the far reaches of the world, as well as great places close to home.
My night sky and start trail images are featured in an article “Want Media Coverage?” about the importance of press releases, in the April/May 2016 issue of Professional Artist magazine. The issue can be ordered on-line in digital format or purchased in print at a magazine vendor or large book retailer that sells magazines.
My photo of a King Penguin in the surf on South Georgia Island was a Finalist in the Smithsonian Magazine 2015 Photo Contest in the Sustainable Travel category.
Smithsonian Magazine received over 46,000 submissions from photographers
in 168 countries and territories.
My hummingbird photography was featured in the March 2016 issue of L.A. Parent magazine in their "Meet the Hummingbirds" article on pages 16-19.
Copies were distributed at local grocery stores and also available to read online.
Cover Image & Featured Story in the Sierra Club Focal Points November 2015 newsletter.
"Hidden Gems of the Western United States" authored by Daniel Gillaspia, is an ebook filled with great information about many less known scenic parts of the Western United States.
My photograph of The Devil's Postpile is in the book.
This book raises money for the National Park Foundation.
Here is a LINK to find out more information and to purchase this ebook.
My "Meerkat Hug" photo, won an
Honorable Mention and was also a finalist
in the competition.
See the slideshow of all the finalists' images.
Images selected as Daily Dozen picks in 2015...
May 18, 2015
May 26, 2015
September 25, 2015
October 20, 2015
December 4, 2015