It's the journey, not the destination Mel Curtis's thoughts on a life in the world of photography

Travels with Connie Prague 1997

When I started this portfolio in the fall of 2003, it was intended to be a Christmas present. I got most of it done, but never finished the words. Also, I was disappointed in the prints as most of them were stained in the process of toning. I recall being rather deflated after all that […]

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The Bigger View

I do enjoy the cash flow, don’t get me wrong. But I have to ask myself if it is worth it? I also am beginning to see a little light at the end of the tunnel, and know that there is more time behind me than there is ahead of me, so how do I […]

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Instant Grafitication

My whole career has been bouncing between the worlds of commerce, fine art and academia, with the commercial work paying most of  the bills, with teaching keeping me engaged, and my fine art feeding my soul. Always had galleries, exhibitions and enough sales to pay for my habit. But my commercial work specialized in black […]

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