Author Archives: dmw
~ Please join me @ Aviary Gallery ~ a posteriori An exhibition of alternative photographic processes curated by Rachel Bedet I am excited to share that a selection of my images will be included in this exhibition along with work from an amazing group of invited photographers. Please stop by to say hello! When: Thursday, June [...]
It does not get much better that last week’s Photo Book Making and Design Workshop at MMW+C. The students were creative, energetic, and inspiring. Here’s just one example of a few pages from a book made by photographer Lynn Osborn. Did I mention our special guest Gary Briechle? He paid a visit to the class [...]
It’s here! It’s here! It’s WWP Day 2013! I love this time of year when the air is crisp, the sun is out, and it is time to make pinholes! Finally! Views of Rockland Harbor, Maine from drink can pinhole cameras. Learn more about WWP Day here.
I will be leading a few weeklong workshops at Maine Media Workshops + College in 2013. Come stay in Rockport and enjoy the best that Maine has to offer! All while learning more about how to make better images in your own voice. Click on any of the workshops below for additional information. – Introductory [...]
A few highlights from Project Basho’s ONWARD Summit in Philadelphia. Was a great weekend for conversation, catching up with old friends, and seeing lots of images. Saturday was filled to the brim- the opening for the exhibit, keynote speaker presentations from Mark Steinmetz and Eiji Ina. Sunday….time for a panel discussion on the state of [...]
Thank you to Le Journal de la Photographie for selecting my color pinhole images from Ways of Being for their Portfolio today!
The catalog for the 2013 Rochester Museum of Fine Art is out …… and available for purchase! Check out the link here. Beautifully executed.
A great night with new and old friends at an innovative museum r.mfa endeavor- the Rochester Museum of Fine Art 2013 Biennial Exhibition. Here we are, with Ruth Dudley-Carr.
I am excited to share that my newest project “Genesis” was featured in Lenscratch. A huge thank you to Aline Smithson for her kind words and support. Here’s a highlight of Aline’s introduction … ” Deanna uses photographic processes and random gestures or movements made by slugs as they navigate across the paper, in slow [...]
I was recently interviewed by Elin Spring for her photography blog. This conversation evolved from her blog highlights of the exhibition The Things That Seem and Those That Are: Reshaping Photography Through Alternative Process, still on view at Panopticon Gallery through April 1st. Read the interview here. Thank you Elin!