Over the course of the past few months, I’ve served as event photographer for EnJoy Productions and Broadway Center on a civic arts initiative called, “Voices of the City.” The project’s aim was to encourage dialogue between regular citizens from all walks of life and demographics. The participants attended workshops over the course of three months and then had about three months to work independently on finding their “voice” a a citizen of Tacoma. The culminating projects ranged from videos to spoken word, from photographs to sculpture.
It was also an honor to have my work featured at Broadway Center’s Fall Free For All, alongside the other “Voices.” Thanks to sponsorship by BCPA and Plywerk, about thirty images from the series was mounted beautifully on bamboo panels and hung in the Theatre on the Square lobby. I’ve always loved that lobby and ever since the days when I’d see shows at the old Tacoma Actors Guild, wanted to have my work on display there.
Here’s a sampling of some of the work on display. Many more here if you have some time.