Some Rome, Some Paris… And a Gallery Opening

My schedule has been crazy busy. Between Rome and Paris, I only had a few weeks back in the States. I taught a workshop in Minneapolis and spent many days catching up with office work, recording podcasts, writing, jurying an international call for entry and preparing for a big gallery show. Once I got back from Paris, it was time to catch up some more and add the finishing touches to the #DoSomethingForNothing NYC-Paris exhibit. Josh Came to Minneapolis and spent a few days at our home. It was so much fun to have him here. We were very busy but we managed to carry the project on the streets of St Paul and Minneapolis for a couple of days. It was good to work together again!

The exhibit opening reception was a huge success, with about 200 attendees.

Now I’m about to release most of the 2019 workshops and get on another long flight to Europe for another adventure. I haven’t completely unpacked from Paris yet. But it’s all good and I’m enjoying every minute of it 🙂

So it’s time I post a few pics from Rome in April and Paris in May…


5 thoughts on “Some Rome, Some Paris… And a Gallery Opening

  1. I was so sorry to miss your opening at the Photo Center, Valérie … but I could not come up with a convincing reason to miss my niece’s 8th birthday party. 🙂 Your photos are as wonderful as ever, with a masterful use of light. As Christof commented above, your street photography work is my favorite. But are you worried at all about the effects of the new GDPR rules? There’s so much conflicting information that I’m very curious to hear how other photographers are interpreting the law.

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