Publication in Fotoritim

Jerry at Paul's Barbershop

The Turkish on-line photo digest, Fotoritim, asked whether I would contribute 15 images from my portfolio Southeast Portraits. After I moved to Atlanta a year and a half ago I began to photograph the people of the Southeast. It was a way for me to connect to my new home. I have posted many of these portraits on my blog over the course of the last year. You can view my portfolio at Fotoritim at as well as browse the photography by other Turkish photographers and artist’s from around the world.

    • Thanks Gail. It is fun to share one’s art with people from different countries. I told the editor about Women in Focus and gave her a link to our web site so she can view our member’s portfolios. Hopefully she will be interested in publishing work by some of our members.

  1. Marguerite Foxon said:

    well done. Are you Turkish??? I didnt realize that. I went to Turkey every year for 10 years before coming back here. I adore Turkey and the Turkish people. M


    • Thank you. No I am not Turkish, only half Greek. We are cousins. I too have heard that the people of Turkey are lovely. I would love to visit.

  2. Yvonne Young said:

    Oh my goodness! How exciting. Your photographs are very compelling. You have a gift for telling a story or creating an emotion with one photo. Congratulations!!

    • Thanks Yvonne for your thoughful comment. Meeting the people is as much fun as photographing them.

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