Wednesday, June 14, 2006

A picture worth a thousand words

Dale O'Dell
Born in Dallas, Texas in 1959 Dale O'Dell grew up in Texas, Kansas and Michigan before his family returned to Texas in the early 1970's. In 1982 he received his degree in photography from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. That same year he relocated to Houston, Texas where he taught photography, worked as a computer-artist and had his first one-person exhibition of his photographs.
In 1986, he opened his first photographic studio where he created photographs for advertising and editorial clients while continuing to pursue his own personal work. By working with many different subjects and utilizing diverse techniques his work has become well-known. Among his clients are: ATT, Chevron, Compaq Computers, Eastman Kodak, IBM, Intel, MCI, Omni Magazine, The Quest Magazine, Magical Blend Magazine, Tenneco, Texaco, Arizona Highways Magazine and Not Only Black and White Magazine.
His personal work primarily in black and white, is in numerous private and public collections including the International Center for Photography in New York. In 1994, he relocated to Prescott, Arizona where he continues to exhibit, teach and photograph for his international clientele.
Webs of Deceit
By Dale O'Dell
Oh what a tangled web we weave,
When first we practice to deceive~Sir Walter Scott (1771-1832)
I have a copy of this hanging in my office at work. I always imagine that the image in the mirror is me...untangling someone's web of deceit, excuses, tales of woes and fraudulent behavior or actions. Needless to say I enjoy my job!

Earth and Moon

by Dale O'Dell

Want to know more? I suggest reading

"Human/Nature" a monograph by Dale O'Dell 1997

"Ten Thousand Eyes" 1991

"Texas on a Roll" 1991

"Photographic Possibilities" Robert Hirsch, 1991

"Sell & ReSell Your Photos" Rohn Engh, 1997

"" Rohn Engh 2000

Dale O'Dell was won many awards including Awards of Excellence, Communication Arts Magazine, 1985, 1987, 1988, 1989; Bronze Award, Broadcast Designers Association, 1989 and The Joyce & Bob Jones Award, 15th Annual Faber Birren Color Award Show,1995

What to you think of digital photography?

N Posted by Rain at 6/14/2006 12:21:00 AM


  • Blogger Sheila posted at 6:55 AM  
    I love these pictures but what I'm really dying to say is that I love the new look of your blog! It has a whole new vibe. Have a great day, Sheila
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