Busy month with lots of flattering recognition

December 27, 2013  •  Leave a Comment

Busy month with lots of flattering recognition

As a business owner, I have to market myself. It is one of the hardest things to do for an artist. We would much rather be producing our craft than touting ourselves - most of us are pretty modest. But to make a living I need to spread the good word. And funny thing is that I have an MBA in Marketing, yet I still find it so hard to market myself.

So here is a little self-promotion and good news - I certainly needed some after this crazy year.

Teton FallTeton FallSunset at Oxbow Bend in Grand Teton National Park

  • One of my photographs was recently purchased for display in the new Comprehensive Cancer Center at Exempla Health in Lafayette, Colo. The art selection committee was looking for pieces that communicated a sense of calm and peace. I am so very flattered that my photo will help in the healing process of those fighting such a difficult disease.
  • Red Rocks Lake SunriseRed Rocks Lake SunriseBeams of light from the morning sun break through the trees on the east side of Red Rocks Lake in the Indian Peaks Wilderness in Colorado. Five of my photos were selected as part of the top 250 finalists in the International Share the View Photo Contest sponsored by the Audubon Society of Denver. One of the images, the Pan of the Ram, will be part of the print display at The Wildlife Experience Museum in Parker, Colo. from mid-January to mid-February. There was an amazing collection of photos selected for both groups and I am very honored to be included with such wonderful talent from around the world.

Arctic_Fox_2Arctic_Fox_2An arctic fox (Alopex lagopus) lies on a snowy rock while licking his lips near Churchill, Manitob, Canada. Bighorn_ram_pan_30Bighorn_ram_pan_30A bighorn lamb (Ovis canadensis) runs across a mountainside producing a panning effect near Empire, Colorado River_otter_2River_otter_2A female river otter wakes up from a nap on her bed of grasses on a log at Trout Lake in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. White-tailed_ptarmigan_19White-tailed_ptarmigan_19A white-tailed ptarmigan (Lagopus leucurus) hides in the snow as the sun sets at Guanella Pass, Colorado.


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