The Print Swap and Some Exciting News

The Print Swap is an opportunity for photographers to collect carefully curated prints and engage with other photographers around the globe.

You agree to take part in the swap and submit a piece of work. This is then reviewed by the panel and if successful, will be swapped with a print from another photographer from around the world.

Those selected for the Print Swap in November will have their work included in an exhibition at ROOT Studios in Chelsea, NYC.

I have some exciting news – one of my photographs “Beach Lines” has been accepted for the exhibition in November. I am so proud and amazed to have been picked.

This is a small section of Long Beach in British Columbia, Canada. Whilst walking along the beach the ripples in the sand caught my eye. I thought it would make an interesting composition.

“Beach Lines” – Watermark added to protect my copyright.

This is the photograph which will feature in the exhibition and will be swapped for another work πŸ™‚

I am super excited to be included in this unique exhibition and look forward to seeing what I receive in return.

We are traveling to NYC at the beginning of December and there is a chance I may be able to see the photo hanging in the exhibition. Fingers Crossed πŸ™‚

The exhibition is on the 13th and sadly we are returning on the 10th πŸ˜” If you’re in New York and have a chance to stop by, why not take a look and send me a snap of my photo in the exhibition!


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