What a lucky photographer I am. I got to hang out with two creative women on The Artful Undress radio show.
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.
Gosh, I can’t believe the response to my appearance in a Bank of America ad. It’s very cool. I feel like a celebrity, not just a celebrity photographer.
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!
My next creative endeavor begins tonight.
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.
I’m so happy at the response to my work this month! My fine art nude entitled “The Valley” was accepted to a juried exhibition at a Los Angeles photography gallery called the 1650 Gallery this month.
My fine art nature photography is currently on display in Portland, Oregon at Black Box Gallery in a show called “Shut Up and Shoot”. The title of the show made me laugh and so I was compelled to submit my work.
I was recently accepted to a wonderful photography gallery juried exhibition in The California Arts League that really makes me proud. My print called “In Good Hands” was accepted into the 2011 Kellicutt International Juried Photo Show with the theme entitled “Through A Lens: Inspiration or Desperation”. I was so surprised that I was accepted into this juried show, and I am honored.
One of the fine art photography pieces that I’m most proud of will be in the upcoming 35th Anniversary International Women’s Exhibition at The Soho Photo Gallery in New York City. I am thrilled to be a part of this fine art photography exhibition and to be in the company of great fine art photographers.
A few pieces from my fine art nature photography will be in a show this month at the Long Beach Gallery Expo. It’s an Earth Day Exhibit entitled “Elements”, Earth, Wind, Fire & Water.
It’s confirmed! The producers of Dr. Phil called and will be showing Linnea’s maternity photography of the celebrity Dahm triplets in the next episode airing on Monday.
I just got word from Jones Coffee that the artist reception for the floral display will be on Thursday, March 31st at 6pm to 8pm. Please come! They sent me this flyer:
My photo studio in Pasadena used to be next door to a great espresso cafe/roaster, Jones Coffee. They, unfortunately, moved this year just down the block. I still go for a visit for one of their wonderful Italian sodas and amazing cafe mochas. They are a forwarding-thinking company and have the hippest location that is one of the best kept secrets (not for long) in Pasadena. And they showcase various artists!
This month they have a floral theme and when they called me, I knew I had to contribute my flower photography. Please go and visit this month while it is still hanging. And check out one of the coolest coffee roasters in town. I have several flower portraits hanging there from a 24″x30″ to a 30″x40″ Gallery Wrap.
Thank you Jaclyn, Nicole, and Erica for mentioning that I was your maternity photographer on “The Doctors” the other day. I was very flattered by what you said.