Immersive Photographic Realities

Since its incep­tion pho­tog­ra­phy has been tasked with the preser­va­tion of our col­lec­tive human mem­o­ry. Whether through the record­ing of his­toric, cur­rent and life events or the artis­tic works that cre­ate a col­lec­tive expres­sion of the human expe­ri­ence, pho­tog­ra­phy as a form of image mak­ing has been unique in its con­nec­tion with real­i­ty or truth.…

The Daughters of Holy Mary of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

Watch­ing events unfold while out for a walk with our baby in his pram led to a slight sprint as I saw this group of nuns walk­ing down the hill from the direc­tion of Plaza Maior toward Rua de Pro­gres­so. The col­or of their robes remind­ed me of the canopies out­side the cafe La Coruñe­sa…

Universal man

As I was pass­ing the cathe­dral there was a few groups of men chat­ting and wait­ing for it to open, while this guy was sit­ting alone with just his thoughts. He could have been any­where across Europe at any­time over the last 100+ years appear­ing in every black and white pho­tog­ra­phy book ever made, but…

Estación Termal As Burgas

Orense’s hot springs flow at over 60C (140F), these pub­lic baths occu­py the site of a Roman set­tle­ment “Aquis Aurienses”(Golden waters) from which the province gets its name.

David Hockney

https://edition.cnn.com/style/article/david-hockney-at-80-interview-los-angeles/index.html

The Leprachaun

The thought of artis­tic inher­i­tance goes way back in our fam­i­ly. My great-grand­­fa­ther Thomas Fitz­patrick ran and illus­trat­ed a pub­li­ca­tion called “The Lep­ra­caun Car­toon Month­ly”. For the pub­li­ca­tion of the book “Thomas Fitz­patrick and ‘The Lep­ra­caun Car­toon Month­ly’, 1905–1915” the authors asked Dad and I to get involved. For this, Dad wrote the intro­duc­tion and…