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The Last River (1993: University of Arkansas Press, Fayetteville, AK). A monograph of 67 photographs documenting the disappearing lifestyle along Arkansas’ White river and the damage done to the river by the Corps of Engineers.


Photographic Artist & Innovators (1983: Macmillan, NYC). Biographies of over 2000 leaders in photography worldwide from 1839 to 1980, including curators, inventors, collectors and artists. 140 illustrations. The first international who’s-who in the field of photography published in the US.


Louisiana Cajuns/Cajuns de la Louisiane (1977: Louisiana State University Press, Baton Rouge). A monograph of 77 photographs documenting the rural Cajuns of Louisiana. Text in English and French.  

Films

Books

Highlights


Videographer/Editor, The Quotable Woman Speaks, the web series ,“Global Women” (2016). An educational series of living history portraits of notable women. In progress.


Director of Photography, Only Once in a Lifetime (1979: Esparsa Productions, Los Angeles). Alejandro Grattan, Director. One of the first major Hispanic feature films. Screened at the Kennedy Center in NYC; honors at the Deauville Film Festival, France.


Cameraman, The New Klan (1977: Shatz/Bingham Productions, Los Angeles). A documentary on David Duke and the attempted revival of the KKK. Screened on PBS and at the Cannes Film Festival, France.

2000 Negatives from “Louisiana Cajuns” were        donated to the permanent collection

       of the Library of Congress


1984 “The Last Ride” group show. The

        Contemporary Art Center in New Orleans

        selected 8 photographers to document the

        last days of the Pontchartrain Beach

        Amusement Park , one of the oldest and

        largest amusement parks in the South: it

        was razed in the summer of 1984 to make

        space for the construction of condominiums.


1976 Lead printer, Hollywood Glamour

        Photography 1926-1949. Using the original

        8"x10" negatives from the John Kobal

        collection, the exhibit opened at the Los

        Angeles Municipal Art Gallery at Barnsdall

        Park. National tour.


1973 Received grant from the Sunflower

        Foundation (Santa Barbara, CA). To begin

        work on Louisiana Cajuns.



Select One Person Shows

Dec. 1993 – Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock AR


Sep. 1985 – Loyola University, New Orleans


Jan. 1981 –  Frank McClung Museum, Knoxville TN


Nov. 1980 – Rhode Island School of Design,

                  Providence RI


April 1979 – The French Institute, New York City


Sep. 1978 – Los Angeles Institute of

                  Contemporary Art,  CA


Nov. 1977 – Wichita State University, Wichita KS


May 1975 – Louisiana State Museum, New Orleans

ck AR

More information can be found at: www.KnowLA.org