My work has taken me to amazing locations around the world.  My photographs of those travels have resulted in 2 photography exhibits.  Here are some of those images and more. Enjoy!

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7 Responses to Photography

  1. karla says:

    “trivial…misinformed…rhetoric.” Hmm, pretty much sums up the extent of most news sources and their editorializing of story
    content Kim:) Don’t much feel like going through another campaign season when our “flat” world seems to be demanding more forthright commentary on its interconnected crisis. The fact that we have to listen to pop culture type of drivel from today’s field of journalists in the face of economic uncertainty gravels…it’s beyond time to move past rhetorical fluorish! Discourse (written on a 3rd-5th grade level for the ave. newspaper of course) on economic theories using simple action/consequence analogies based upon past reality, might be a good turn in direction:) Concrete…tangible….informative ideas need to be discussed and broken down by journalists who know how to bring in not opinion, but clarity in the face of an issue that most readers find difficult to grasp, but deal with daily in the abstract. Enjoyed your posting Kim!

  2. Joël Mejia says:

    I enjoy this site a lot. I also enjoyed this entry. I am a stay at home dad and I am finally putting my education/talent to use and may be an after school enrichment teacher for my son’s school. Yeah. Never give up

  3. Rasheed Ali says:

    This very thoughtful post contains many more truths than I am prepared to comment on, but I must share a memory that surfaced while reading this. I saw a documentary film on the life of modern art master Mark Rothko. In one evocative scene his daughter describes how her father would wake every morning and begin his day in his art studio.
    He would drink his coffee and begin to paint, almost as a singular act of waking up. It was his way of establishing his art as the primal center of his life. It was his way of carving out his creative space as the adjacent space to his dreams.

  4. marvin wadlow says:


    I needed this. I needed to hear that we must carve out our creative space. As the father of three boys, who works part time in retail 5 days a week, teaches two days a week, and in graduate school getting my masters one day a week…it’s a must! Kim is “write.” I must find the time, ask those who love me to give me the time, and then I must not make anymore excuses. I believe you must also be brave to just f’ing start!!! :)

    -MDub to the Jr (Marvin Wadlow Jr)

    • Kim Watson says:

      Thanks for your thoughts Marvin. It’s not always easy asking for THAT time, but it’s always worth a try, and without it little gets done. Write-On man.

  5. Michaele says:

    of course like your website however you need to take a look at the spelling on quite a few of your posts. Several of them are rife with spelling problems and I in finding it very troublesome to inform the truth however I¡¦ll certainly come back again

    • Kim Watson says:

      Apologies if there have been any spelling errors in the last but I am thrilled you tuned in. I appreciate the feedback.

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