I’m delighted that my photo Night Thoughts won the Havana Times 2014 Photo Contest in the Cuba by Night category. This sixth annual contest had over 550 entries that went through three rounds of evaluation by 20 jurors. Thanks to Circle Robinson, editor of the Havana Times, for conducting the contest.
Night Thoughts – Havana, Cuba
A surreal procession wends its way through the dimly-lit streets of Nazareno Etla, Oaxaca, at nightfall during the Day of the Dead celebrations. Here are some images that I captured during this event in November 2013, after the final day of a workshop with Ernesto Bazan. The first image in the slideshow was also included in Aline Smithson’s Lenscratch Trick or Treat Exhibition.
The public transit systems provide a fascination location for candid photography. Whenever I step into a subway station it feels as though I have entered a magnificent theater with a diverse cast of characters performing in an unscripted play on an ever-changing stage. I’m delighted that two photos from my Metro series are included in the Feature Shoot article 35 Voyeristic Photos of People on Public Transport Around the World. The show was judged by Travis Ruse, Photography Director at Inc. Magazine, and includes images from 15 locations by 25 photographers.
Metro Line 3 near Coyoacan, Mexico City
Linea 1 near Museo, Naples