I’ve been intrigued by all forms of photography my entire life. Happily, my early photographic escapades evolved into an academic career as a Professor of Geography, using satellite imagery in my research and teaching others how to analyze digital images of the earth. Throughout those scientific endeavors, the beauty of the images I worked with spoke to my artistic side. Consequently, on retirement, I allowed creativity to guide my work, and eventually found myself a Gallery Artist at Art on 12 Gallery and Studios in Wimberley where I display my landscape photography. Participating in the Bold Beauty Project brought me full circle, to the days when my photos were almost exclusively candids of family and friends.
Deb Lewin’s photograph is a truly collaborative effort. Incorporated into the picture are 16 other photographs; most of the color ones were taken by Deb and Tammy Williams (Deb’s life partner), while the black and white ones were taken by Helen Davies. Unity of Wimberley, whose church property provided the location for the “shoot”, were also kind collaborators by allowing us to commandeer their road for the photo.