Sustaining A Long-Term Project: A Conversation with Jeff Rich

Sustaining A Long-Term Project: A Conversation with Jeff Rich

Sustaining A Long-Term Project: A Conversation with Jeff Rich

By Polly Gaillard



When I was asked to interview Jeff Rich about his long-term project Watershed for this post, I quickly realized the I had nothing to add to the conversation. Jeff had been interviewed and his work reviewed by some of the top online photography publications to rave reviews. He won the prestigious Photolucida Critical Mass competition in 2011 who published his first book, Watershed: The French Broad River.

Women Photographing Women

Women Photographing Women

It is quite possible that female photographers see women differently than male photographers do. How could they not? After all, women understand how it feels to be observed by men, often as an object. It makes sense that a woman behind the camera may employ photographing women as a way to subvert the male gaze or to explore the complexities of her gender.

How To Become A Collector Of Fine Art Photography

Anyone with an interest in fine art photography can become a collector

Photography has come a long way since its inception and has established itself as a recognized and appreciated form of art. And although there still is some discussion in certain circles about where precise photography falls in the spectrum of art, it specifically during the last three decades has become an area of focus for art collectors and investors in art.