I am honored that I was one of five photographers chosen to be a a part of Optical: Portrait Stories at this New York City Art Gallery. How wonderful it is to be able to share this project yet again in a setting that is completely different than before and to be part of this portrait collection where contemplation is key to understanding and appreciating the visual elements of each piece.
Our dog photography event was a huge success thanks to my loyal clients and KTLA. We extended the days to about 35 hours of dog photography. Oh, my back!
I’m worried. Pet euthanizations (a fancy way of saying pet killing) in California are up, budgets for caring for unwanted pets are down, and there are countless foreclosure pets crowding the animal shelters. It breaks my heart in ways I can’t describe.
Today, on Memorial Day, I am reminded of a photography project that I created a couple of years ago called “Images From The Homefront”. In that photo project I created portraits of military families attempting to express the emotions of each family who loves and supports a member of our military.
We are bringing our pet charity project to our Long Beach/Signal Hill Studio!
Tonight is the debut of the special Healing photography project. We have had many stories written about this in the…
I started looking for a project to take on so that I could give back to my community, one that would blend the three concepts in my life: family, art and charity. When I found the Stramski Center in Long Beach, California I knew that I had found a perfect match, a project that would resonate with me. The Stramski Center is an amazing clinic of Miller’s Children’s Hospital. They are great healers to many children of special needs and their families.
I photograph lots of families. And of course, pets are a part of every growing family. For some reason dogs just love me. Maybe it’s because I’m a giant kid. Maybe because the feeling is mutual.
First Photography Event Linnea Lenkus and her photography exhibit “Images From the Homefront” will be on Display at the following…
I’m very excited to announce that one of the portraits from the “Images From the Homefront” exhibit has been selected to go on display at the Irvine Fine Arts Center as part of its All Media 2008 Show.