Sunday, November 22, 2009

In Print






For the past week or so I've been spending a lot of time preparing for my upcoming photo display at Kate's beautiful shop for one of the area's monthly art shows. I'm super excited and just a touch nervous - nothing a glass or two of wine beforehand won't cure.

Getting ready for this show has really been a process. I found it somewhat difficult to select a small number of images to include since I had over a thousand photos to go through - all of which I felt some attachment to. I can remember the circumstances surrounding each one - where I was, who I was with, how I was feeling - all of which are conveyed and come back to me in some way through the photograph, therefore making each one special. For me, photography is quite personal and carries a certain kind of intimacy, but I guess that's true of all art.

If you're going to be in the Albany/Troy area the Friday after Thanksgiving, swing by between 5 and 9pm and say hello! I'd love to see you there. The show will be up through the end of January (hooray!). I hope you can all come!

Oh! And the little book of my photos is now complete & ready to order - it features many images that are included in the show, and some that aren't.

10 comments:

Sébastien Barré said...

Book looks pretty good. You don't have print yet? I didn't see it last week at your place.

kim said...

no it hasnt arrived yet, im waiting to see how it comes out and then i will probably order a few more to keep at the show through the end of january. :)

Char said...

congratulations. I hope your show goes wonderfully.

kim said...

thank you!

Jackie Kersh said...

congratulations! wish i lived closer so i could stop by...

Victoria D. said...

Beautiful pics as always. I'll definitely spread the word about your book. It'll make a realy nice xmas gift.

Best to you.

-Victoria D.

CAPow said...

your book is so pretty! I'll have to stop by Paper Sparrow to see your photos on my way to Tight Knit!

kim said...

thanks! yes, definitely stop by! :D

Heidi said...

I'm in love with your blog. It's a new little discovery. A happy accident, you might say. Thank you for sharing such awesome visions, inspirations and sentiments with people. You've got great taste. I found your blog by randomly searching for Michelle Williams, whose hair I'm currently coveting.

Distressing Delilah a.k.a. jenn said...

Hi there! Are you from the Albany area..I suppose I could check out your profile and find out..ha? If so I am very near you! Lovely work btw.

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