Hooray! My portrait of the Tea Party founder, Keli Carender was selected in the 2011 Communication Arts Photography Annual, and can be seen on page 126. There is some incredible photography in the annual this year, and I am thrilled to have my photography included in the collection. 166 winning projects were selected from 5520 entries. What an honor!
I thought it would be awesome to portray Keli as someone from the Revolutionary War Era, and I worked with art director Benjamen Purvis at Seattle Met to make it happen. I also wrote about Keli and this shoot in a previous blog post if you want to find out more.