Many thanks to Shades of Grey Fine Art Photography Magazine for featuring me on the cover of their publication and showcasing my black and white Cuba photography in a stunning 32-page pictorial and interview. It’s nice to be the first featured artist in this beautifully designed 238-page magazine.
Shades of Grey Magazine and its sister publication, Shades of Color, strive for photographic excellence. When I submitted the images to Shades of Color, I had forgotten that I included black and white photos. This small mistake resulted in the editor, Jean Michel Missri, requesting my work in both magazines. So look for another feature coming in a future issue of Shades of Color.
Thank you Jean Michel for believing in my work.
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