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Lauren Henkin, Displaced 1

Lauren Henkin, Displaced 1

Lauren Henkin

Displaced 1,
Nova Scotia, Canada, 2007
From the Displaced series
Website – LaurenHenkin.com

Born in Washington, D.C, Lauren Henkin grew up in Maryland and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. She states, “My work focuses on answering the question, What will last? I work from the inside out, using internal narrative as the foundation in which to produce objects that reinterpret space, light and form found in the external.” Henkin is an educator, reviewer, writer, frequent speaker, photolucida advisory board member, author of numerous books, and active member in the photographic community. Her work is widely collected by private collectors as well as institutions such as Southeast Museum of Photography, Yale University and Dartmouth College. Her work has been published in numerous journals on photography and the book arts. She is a Px3 multi-category winner, Oregon Regional Arts & Culture Council grant winner, with other award nominations in both the Brink Emerging Artist and Contemporary Northwest Art Awards."

Lauren Henkin, Displaced 1

Lauren Henkin, Displaced 1

Lauren Henkin

Displaced 1,
Nova Scotia, Canada, 2007
From the Displaced series
Website – LaurenHenkin.com

Born in Washington, D.C, Lauren Henkin grew up in Maryland and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in architecture from Washington University in St. Louis. She states, “My work focuses on answering the question, What will last? I work from the inside out, using internal narrative as the foundation in which to produce objects that reinterpret space, light and form found in the external.” Henkin is an educator, reviewer, writer, frequent speaker, photolucida advisory board member, author of numerous books, and active member in the photographic community. Her work is widely collected by private collectors as well as institutions such as Southeast Museum of Photography, Yale University and Dartmouth College. Her work has been published in numerous journals on photography and the book arts. She is a Px3 multi-category winner, Oregon Regional Arts & Culture Council grant winner, with other award nominations in both the Brink Emerging Artist and Contemporary Northwest Art Awards."

Jake Shivery

Editor and photographer, Blue Mitchell, recently sent me a terrific interview with Jake Shivery. Before I even got to reading the interview, I had already fallen in love with Jake’s images…it’s that little ache, that desire to possess, that desire to have created it yourself which rolls into a deeper appreciation of the work because you know you couldn’t possibily make work like it.

To quote Blue: “Jake Shivery is a portraitist based in St. Johns, Oregon. He has been involved in the photo industry for over twenty years, working in many capacities in many places. In 2001, he co-founded Blue Moon Camera and Machine, where he is now the proprietor. In the past few years, exhibitions of Jake’s Contact Portrait series have taken place in several notable galleries: Newspace Center for Photography, the Camerawork Gallery, and the Lightbox Gallery in Astoria. Examples of his work may be found in the Regional Arts and Culture Council’s “Visual Chronicle of Portland” and the Portland Art Museum’s permanent collection of photographs. He lives in St. Johns with his lady-friend, Emily and their dog, Daisy.”

Several years ago, The Portland Tribune wrote an article about Jake the businessman and camera store owner. Jake currently has an exhibition of 8×10 contact prints at the Angst Gallery in Vancouver, WA during the month of April.

Self Portrait, N. Syracuse, 2007

Mr. L. Peterson & Ms. C. Fisher, Sauvie Island, 2008 no1

Ms. A. Jones, Sauvie Island, 2009 no2

Ms. A. Torresola, Oaks Park, 2008 no1

Ms. A Moyer, St Johns Bridge, no.2

Lewises, N. Wayland, 2008 no2

Mr. D.E. May, Salem, 2009 no1

Mr. D. McCormick & Mr. M. McCormick, Ace Typewriter Co, 2008

Señor Ayala under Rocky Butte, 2007 no2

Ms. M. Pettit, SE 18th, 2009 no1

Mr. T. Busby, St. Johns Bridge, 2009

Ms. T. Miller, Sauvie Island, 2009

Mr. F. Short, Whiskey Basketball, 2008

Mr. S. McFadden at work, 2008

Ms. K. Evans, N. Syracuse, 2009 no2