Photography exhibit in Washington, D.C.

11/17/2010 at 4:22 pm | Posted in Friends | 6 Comments
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My very good friend Amy Joseph just launched her first color photography exhibit in Washington, D.C. Her black-and-white work is spectacular, and I can say firsthand that everything she shoots turns to gold. I will always be grateful to Amy for photographing our wedding, as well as Small Fry’s infant portraits.

If you live anywhere near Washington, you MUST check out Amy’s exhibit, “land lines,” at Busboys & Poets (2021 14th Street NW). There is a reception this evening at 5:30, and the exhibit runs through the end of the month.

Here’s a peek at more of Amy’s beautiful work from the exhibit:

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  1. Such beautiful photographs Amy! Congratulations! I wish we could’ve been there last night…we definitely were in spirit! Love you!

    • thanks so much laura! it was such a great night! it meant so much that your parents were there and that you tried to come too 🙂 love you!

  2. Congratulations to you. Amy. You are very dear and so talented.
    The rock picture reminds me of the gigantic rock area on the Blue Ridge Parkway. When this rock formation is covered in ice it is something to behold.
    Nana

    • thanks so much! that does sound beautiful! hope you’re well!

  3. I live right down the street from Busboys and am there all the time – in fact, maybe I’ll do lunch there today to check out these photos!

    • Awesome, Maggie! Thanks!!


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