I was born and raised in Los Angeles. I’ve lived most of my life in the San Fernando Valley, for the past 15 years in the North Hollywood Theatre and Arts District known by the locals as “NoHo.” My new exhibit, “NoHo: A Native Resolution,” is a photographic tribute to my quirky L.A neighborhood.
“NoHo: A Native Resolution” is a collection of images taken in NoHo, the Arts District of North Hollywood. The North Hollywood Theater and Arts district was established with support from Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, businesses and theatre owners. Additionally, as a result of the construction of Metro “Red Line” subway station, the NoHo Arts District, has become a regional hub for the San Fernando Valley.
The images in “NoHo: A Native Resolution” reflect a view of North Hollywood which is wide in scope, ranging from expansive architecture and skies, to the tiny blossoms on a sidewalk, to the iconic Circus Liquor sign.
The photos will be on display for the month of August at Bob’s Espresso Bar, 5251 Lankershim Blvd. in the heart of NoHo. All images are available for purchase.
There will be an opening reception on Friday, August 2nd, 7 – 9 PM. That same evening, Bob’s will also host the album release party for singer/songwriter Adam Cullen, who will perform songs from his new album, “Paper Bag Games”. Photography, music and really great coffee, all in NoHo!
I hope that you will stop in for the reception, or just take a look anytime in August. I also invite you to sign up at the Facebook event page. In the meantime, here are a few images from the show. Cheers!