Every photographer in Ashland knows and loves Brian LeBlanc. He’s one of the smiling faces at Advanced Photo & Imaging on Ashland Street, where he has worked over 12 years. A master printer, he makes sure every image he touches looks like the “work of art” the photographer envisioned. When I was compiling my […]
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Barbara Tricarico has contributed 10 entries to our website, so far.
A man stuffs some protein bars in his pocket, grabs his camera gear and ventures off to a remote location with no real roads or cell phone service. He camps out in a small pup tent in the snow and bitter cold and wakes the next morning as the sun is yawning. He scopes out […]
Ellen Ahern lives and breathes photography! She delights in landscapes, people, small babies, and wildlife. It doesn’t really matter what the subject is. Her enthusiasm is so great that every few days I get an email from her about the newest technique or software (as in, “You MUST watch this Matt Kloskowski YouTube video!” Followed […]
When I announced at my photo club meeting that I was looking for images for an upcoming book on Ashland, Oregon, I worried that no one would ever contact me. What if I couldn’t get the community to contribute to a book about this wonderful community? I needn’t have worried! Ken Deveney was the first […]
A couple years ago, my good friend, Emily Zook, told me about local Graham Lewis and his awesome photographs. Being new to town, I really didn’t know many people. We were standing in the Plaza at an Ashland Fourth of July parade when Emily spotted him wearing his trusty photographer vest, an ever-present camera slung […]
Been to the Office of the Governor of Oregon recently? You probably saw David Winston’s work there. Next year, he will serve as an Artist in Residence at Willapa Bay AiR in Washington State. The list of his awards and honors is endless. And yet he entrusted little-old-me with his beautiful images when the book “Ashland, […]
Like all of the photographers featured in the book, Ashland, Oregon, Anni Jones has her own distinctive style. It doesn’t matter if she’s captured a rock band or a jutting rock in the ocean on the Oregon coast, Anni always gathers ooh’s and ahh’s from admirers. With a twinkle in her eye and a […]
Jonathan Treasure With a busy career, Jonathan Treasure still manages to capture incredible photos in his spare time. His wife, Lissa, is a fellow sign language interpreter. One day on the job, we had a little down time and were silently chatting (in sign, of course) about the Ashland book she knew I was compiling. […]
DAN ELSTER A husband and wife walk into a bar. Sounds like a bad joke, but it’s a true story. The bar was actually a cozy wine bar in Ashland (Liquid Assets), and the guy and gal were my husband and me. We went specifically to see images by photographer, Dan Elster. We’d only […]
It’s here! My long-awaited glossy, hard-covered book, Ashland, Oregon is finally in print. Over 33 talented area photographers contributed images of Ashland and its surrounds, and I can’t thank them enough. Every few days, I’ll be blogging photos from the book. Ashland, Oregon is intended as a homage to our great local talent and a gift […]
Ashland is a jewel of a town, which you’ll see when you look through this book.
This book is a wonderful reminder of a great trip and friends I have made in Ashland. The photographs are wonderful.
Do NOT put this book on a bookshelf. It needs to be available for the weary visitor or family member to wander through Ashland and be restored.
If you have ever visited Ashland, Oregon or the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, your coffee table is not complete without this book.
Mickey RoweInsight to Ashland
Eye catching photography by a group of talented artists who know their craft and subject well.
Theodore H. Latty
What a jewel this book is!
Clearly, Ms. Tricarico has “chased” a lot of light. There are glorious shots of sunsets and other light displays that border on the beatific.