Lots more news coming soon. New gallery information and new shoots planned. I am currently scouting new locations in the NYC area - let me know if you know anyone in NYC who has an interesting view into their neighbor's windows!
Very excited to report that the Have a Hear Photography auction that benefits pediatric cardiology at New York Presbyterian Hospital raised over $50,000. It is a great hospital and I hope to spread the word to help as many kids as I can get the care they deserve! Thanks to all the donors! Great photographers donated work to auction of to raise money. The photo you see here is one of the 6 David Levinthal donated!
I am excited to say that the show I am in has been extended to the fall so all of you who are on vacation have a chance to see it when you return!
NY TEMPORARY: The City Through Photography, Film and Video
21 June - 1 October 2011
Curated by Liam Davis and H P Garcia
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580 Eighth Avenue, 7th Floor
@ 38th Street
I am in a great show at Davidson College - the collection of John MacMahon and Joel Von Ranson.
The new show, "People Places Power: Reframing the American Landscape," at the Van Every Gallery at Davidson College features a potent mix of large-scale photographs interpreting the relationships between humans, their buildings and their landscapes in 21st-century America.
Read more: http://www.charlotteobserver.com/2011/01/28/2018090/photos-visit-terrain-of-beauty.html#ixzz1DfTshRtU
I am excited to hear how great the response was to my work in the recent show in Tokyo:
Tokio Out of Place gallery's new exhibition, curated by the New York-based curator Mako Wakasa, is a group show of four photographers: Gail Albert Halaban, Lisa Kereszi, Mayumi Terada and Shellburne Thurber. Although very different in style, all the works reference the concept of interiors, real or metaphorical.
My portrait of the Tiger Mother is being seen around the world! If you are in Italy, Portugal, France . . . check out the book Amy Chua wrote - it definitely makes you question different parenting styles. After reading it, I watched Mary Poppins and think I lean towards the spoonful of sugar method.
When did you realize you loved photography and at what moment did you realize you could do this professionally?
I have loved photography since my first grade science fair when my mom and I made a pinhole camera out of an oatmeal cereal box. I didn’t decide to do it professionally until after college where I was a pre-med student. I didn’t really think of it as a real job but my parents encouraged me to give it a whirl. I went to graduate school for an MFA instead of Med School.