One of our favorite artists here at the Mobile Photo Awards is Helen Breznik. Her sublime work is a reminder that original artistry always transcends the medium. We asked Helen to write something about her work, how mobile art has influenced her creativity. The following story is the result of that request. by Helen Breznik
I was raised in a close relationship with the natural world. Some of my earliest and fondest nature memories are from upstate New York, and all these years later, they remain quite visceral. Every summer my family would camp and hike in the Adirondack mountains and I still recall the textures of different tree barks […]
Unruly-e writes about his Filterstorm award winning image Goodnight, Irene. In late August of last year, Hurricane Irene became only the second tropical cyclone in recorded history to make a direct hit on the state of Vermont. Over the course of one day, it dumped eleven (that’s 11!) inches of rain, overwhelming nearly every river […]
Cindy Patrick on her Co-Winning Beachlife Category image Waiting for the Perfect Wave. I absolutely love the beach! I have friends who own a house in the Hamptons (NY) and I try to spend a few weeks out there every summer. I like to roam up and down the beach and just capture people enjoying […]
Our good friends at ArtHaus are nominated for a San Francisco City Award for best art gallery. These folks are huge supporters of the Mobile Photo and Art movement and it would be awesome if they could place highly in this prestigious list sponsored by ABC TV. A vote for ArtHaus is a vote for […]
DOUBLE DUTCH NUNS – WINNER OF THE STREET PHOTO CATEGORY The story behind this image is that my daughter had recently started attending a school run by Carmelite nuns. They were holding their annual 5k race to raise money for the school. A 5k race with nuns was a combination I couldn’t pass up.
I’ve always used the camera on my mobile phone to take the occasional photo, but that all changed in the beginning of 2010 when I started to take a lot of photos using my iPhone 3G. My new creative life was born. I live in a very small village in the south of the Netherlands, […]
The Lunch Box Gallery, in collaboration with MPA friend and jury member iPhoneographer Jaime Ferreyros, is pleased to announce the call for submissions for its new show “iPhoneography: Updated Visual Dialogs.” The exhibit will be displayed from March 10th to April 7th, 2012. From the LunchBox Gallery press release: “It’s undeniable: iPhoneography, understood as the […]