6.08.2009

context & community








© left to right: John Mann, Claire Beckett and Emily Shur

A lot to process from Review Santa Fe - I have images and words mingling in my head and a small notebook filled with scribbles of inspiration. The reviews were really helpful in further understanding my motivation and the potential of my project work, in creation, context and presentation. Lots to think about for both Camp Home and Fast Food. What I take away most though, from this experience, is the chance to meet such a diverse group of photographers. In most cases, it was a brief chat and a peek at prints, but there were also longer, interesting conversations. I feel fortunate to have met Claire Beckett, Jonathan Blaustein, Lydia Burkhalter, Cori Chandler-Pepelnjak, Katrina d'Autremont, Amy Eckert, Jeffris Elliott, Elizabeth Fleming, LaToya Ruby Frazier, Meggan Gould, Deborah Hamon, Alexandra Huddleston, Jeff Hutchens, Dave Jordano, Hiroyo Kaneko, Melissa Kaseman, Jimmy Lam, Billie Mandle, Mark Menjivar, John Mann, Graham Miller, Kaycie Roberts, Emily Shur, Aline Smithson, Kurt Tong, and Susan Worsham.

4 comments:

david bram said...

And me too!

Kevin said...

David!
In my blurry airport gate area blogging fog, I realize I did forget some photographers I had met and will add them to the list. But I hadn't forgotten about you - I'm not sure how to categorize you from this week? Reviewer/photographer/connector/online publisher/local guide?

So nice to have finally met in person!

Kaycie said...

Thanks! Great to meet you too, Kevin. Lots to process, I agree. More later...

sara stathas said...

I wish I still lived in Santa Fe so that I could have met up with you. Funny how things go. Sounds like you enjoyed your time in the desert, and congratulations on being a part of Review Santa Fe! Look me up if you come to NYC. -sara