Macgyver-like polymath who likes creating and helping.
Traditional 35 mm black & white photographer
I seek to communicate the essence of Place in my work; to communicate our need for each other, and our relationship to the Other. I began photographing at the age of 16, and after pouring over a Christmas gift, Ken Heyman's "All the World's Family" in 1983, I knew my camera would never be far from me! I work primarily in 35mm format, using silver-based film, making my prints in a wet darkroom. Since 2011 I've included my cell phone—currently a Galaxy S4—as part of my tools.
All in the timing
Dawn M. Simmons, is a playwright and director living in Somerville, MA. She is an Artistic Director with New Exhibition Room. Locally Dawn has worked for: The Theatre Offensive, Holland Productions, FeverFest(Small Theatre Alliance of Boston), The Boston Theatre Marathon, Mill 6, Actors Refuge Repertory Theatre, Fort Point Theatre Channel, Actors' Shakespeare Project, Another Country Productions, Company One, Boston Theatre Works, and As Yet To Be Theatre. In New York State, she spent 3 years with Irish Classical Theatre Company as their Resident Assistant Director.
I have worked in promotions in the wonderful world of publishing ever since interning at Alice James Books as a college student. I attempt to fill my time with the things I love: music, writing, visual arts, and bringing people together (even though I am quite shy).
VOLUNTEER COMMUNITY PROJECTS
Exhibit: The BIG BAD at the Nave Gallery.
The submission deadline is August 25, 2012.
For more information, visit http://www.navegallery.org/nave/call.html