I have one photo that will be part of a huge display of more than 13,600 photographs from all over the world in the annual Fujifilm Printlife Photo Exhibition.
The exhibition will be open from October 16-20 in Grand Central Terminal’s Vanderbilt Hall. The whole point of the exhibit is to cover up some walls and remind people that it’s still very cool to print and display personal photos. My contribution to the effort is an eight-inch square version of this portrait of Emily, a writer and artist based in Denton that I photographed this summer.
“Images in print are more rare as well as less accessible… Prints take up physical space and why would you let something do that if it wasn’t important?… Most of us don’t make enough prints. Making a print is a statement.” - John Paul Caponigro