I'm just your average guy I guess. A bit of history; I was born in Colorado, but shortly thereafter, my parents moved the family to NM. My dad was a mechanic on a road construction crew, so we moved often, pretty much living in every corner of the state. After my freshman year in High School, my parents packed up and moved us again, this time to Missouri, where I spent about 28 years of my life. Around 3 years ago, I decided it was time to move back here to NM, and settled here in Albuquerque.
A few things about me: I'm a Twin, coming from a family of Twins. I like Photography, art, live music, movies, and I have a very rambunctious, but lovable Pug, named Emmy.
Favorite Thing(s) About Albuquerque:
The Food, the unique mix of cultures, the great weather, The Sandia Mountains, Talin Market...
Did I mention I'm a photographer? Here's a couple of examples of what I do:
So what do ya think?
My Pug, Emmy. Isn't she cute?
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Fellow NM Photographer!
Just a quick note to invite you to Karl Koenig's opening at the Inpost Art Space (at the Outpost Performance Space, 210 Yale SE) this coming Friday evening, 5-8. Karl is a talented photographer who makes images mostly of nature and architecture, the world round. The show will focus on his large format gumoil photographs, a process that he pioneered himself about 20 years ago. The prints are hand pigmented, resulting in amazingly vibrant photographs with a wondrous, almost catastrophic fairy tale quality. I find them highly affecting and unique.
My fellow curator Rob Thalmann and I plan to focus heavily on local photography during our 2 year term there at the Outpost, and this is just the tip of the iceberg for us. Maybe we could even do a DCF photographer's group show there?
Emily looks quite charming. The event is fun - about 60-70 pugs all hanging out in one spot. I have two pugs from NM Pug Rescue, Douglas and Oates. It is so odd seeing how many pugs can all get along at one party!