Jack Kennedy and Mardee Included in DCCP “Family” Exhibition

Pleased to announce that my photograph Jack Kennedy and Mardee After the Service, Savannah will be included in a group exhibition at the Detroit Center for Contemporary Photography.  The show is dedicated of family, and all included artworks were juried by Aline Smithson, photographer and photo writer.

The details:


Show dates: January 12 – February 2
Opening Reception: Saturday, January 12, 2013 (6:30-9:30 pm)

“The Photographic Dialogue has never been so filled conversation about family–
interpreting ourselves and those we love through images is an important way of creating universal stories. Photographers today have become participant observers of their own familial settings, reflecting a reality and insight of those they share their lives with. We are turning our lenses homeward, to capture worlds that are familiar, yet charged with history and emotion. This exhibition is about seeing beyond the front door and the birthday party smiles, it’s about the pathos and poignancy of parenthood, of aging parents, of loss, of joy, of loneliness…it’s about all the things that make us human in the every day drama played out in our own backyards.”-Aline Smithson.

Exhibiting Artists: Renate Aller, Sarah Austin, Lisa Blair, Aaron Blum, Judi Bommarito, Kristy Carpenter, Kendall Davis, Dennis DeHart, Kaity DeLaura, Ali Elisabeth, Mary Fashbaugh, Martha Flemming-Ives, Susanna Gaunt, Bruce Giffin, Tytia Habing, Jessica Harvey, Elise Hibbard, Bootsy Holler, Scott Hubener, Tony Jacobs, Mary Johnstone, Julia Kozerski, Natalie Krick, Elizabeth Libert, Rachel Loischild, Beth Maier, Ann McNamee, Maggie Meiners, Hye-Ryoung Min, Carisa Mitchell, Jennifer Murray, Kate Parker, Sarah Podles, Lori Pond, Donna Rosser, Michael Sakasegawa, Andi Schreiber, Arpita Shah, Donita Simpson, Eric Smith, Stafford Smith, Ursula Sokolowska, Susan Swihart, Amanda Tinker, Julia Vandenoever, Michelle Wallace, Kari Wehrs, Eric Whitaker, Amani Willet


Working Hard on my Family Photography Business | Elizabeth Clark Photography

I have been extremely busy with my new family photography business, which has just a slightly different name than my full one : Elizabeth Clark Photography.  Fall is ripe with families seeking portraits of their loved ones.  I have also started to develop print products – something I have always enjoyed doing.  Take a look at the holiday cards I make as well as these awesome mini-accordion books – perfect for stocking stuffers!  Ok, enough shameless self-promotion.  Things will get back to hopping here soon with more Remi work and a potential book that is NOT self-published.

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