I just juried an exhibition for PhotoPlace Gallery in Middlebury, Vermont. The theme was Honoring Trees. There were so many gorgeous submissions - so many artists with poetic, beautifully creative sensibilities. It was great fun to go through all the work and pull together a show. I'm always much more interested in images that show deep interpretation of the subject - rather than images that just show what things look like. The images in this exhibition go far beyond the straightforward, so they're a joy to see.
The physical exhibition opens on June 7th and runs through July 1st. The extended online exhibition will be available permanently on PhotoPlace's website. You can see all my selections and all the info about the exhibition right here. If you happen to be in Vermont in June, stop by to see the show!
I'm also jurying the Kuala Lumpur International Photo Awards as their special select juror. The theme this year is Defining Family, and it's sure to be a stellar pool of entries since they're drawing submissions from photographers all over the world. KLPA really pulls out all the stops with this competition. The exhibition will be on display at White Box Gallery in KL - a striking venue. I can't wait to see the entries! I know I'll be wowed, if past winners are any indication. Stay tuned - all the juror selections will be announced soon.