Monday, December 31, 2012

Happy New Year From ASA


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I wish everyone a wonderful, inspiring and creative new year, full of amazing, unexpected and beautiful experiences - may they continue into the next.

Thank you all so much for your support, enthusiasm and continuous inspiration.

It is a wonderful world and I wish you all my very best.

Cheers - with love

Simon X

Thursday, December 27, 2012

VIEW magazine, Issue 5

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Recently I was contacted by VIEW magazine who had selected 11 of my photographs which they wanted to publish along side features by several other photographer's in their interactive, I-Pad only, portfolio journal. The images they had chosen, for issue number 5, were from my on-going body of work made in America and were selected from my Flickr photo-stream which covers almost 5 years of largely unedited material. Their final edit was, because of this, an unusual one and personally speaking  it was not entirely the photographs I would have suggested as being truly representative of my overall vision and I understand this must have been a difficult task for them. The selection does cover, though sparsely, the entire 5 years, and I was happy to find that it also included a few of my latest photographs, made in Florida earlier this year, which I intend to write a separate post about shortly. My decision to be part of this magazine was because I have never been involved in this branch of publishing before and find the interactive element and the technology involved exciting with interesting potential(s).

Flamingo, FL
Flamingo City, FL, 2012


Cape Canaveral, FL
Cape Canaveral, FL, 2012


"VIEW is an art photography magazine developed for the iPad by multimedia design studio, FusionLab. Partner and photographer, Alon Koppel, tightly curates this magazine with great works from around the globe by photographers he knows personally or discovers on the web."


Jefferson City, MO
Jefferson City, MO

Please follow this link to download this issue of View magazine:

Alternatively a non interactive, but free PDF of the entire issue can be seen here, where you will also find the work of the other photographers involved, some of which are excellent:
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Miles, Overland Park, KS

Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Happy Holiday



Happy Holiday's from Altered States of Agoraphobia. Wishing everyone the very best.