Blog Posts - Julia Dean



Do You Give to the Ones Who Are Drunk?

Good friend Rivvy Neshama has written a book, Recipes For a Sacred Life: True Stories and a Few Miracles, that is the accumulation of a life’s gained wisdom. Panning through the grains of the sad red earth, we see the fool’s-gold sparkl...
by the sad red earth on Dec 23, 2013

2010 Berenice Abbott Prize Winner – Christopher Capozziello

The Berenice Abbott Prize for an Emerging Photographer is an international competition administered by The Julia Dean Photo Workshops in honor of Julia Dean’s mentor, famed photographer Berenice Abbott.  Each year, one person is selected for t...
by the sad red earth on Sep 22, 2010

The Last Apprentice

When Julia Dean went to live and work in Maine as an apprentice to famed photographer Berenice Abbott, Julia had just completed her Bachelor of Science degree in photography at the Rochester Institute of Technology. Julia was 23 and Abbott was 80. Ju...
by the sad red earth on Aug 4, 2010

How We Lived on It (22) – Broken Bow, Nebraska

Julia Dean, of this blog, was born in the town of Broken Bow,  population 3,491 (give or take), in Custer County, Nebraska. The town’s environs are home to Nebraska’s largest cattle feedlot. Julia’s father, Henry Judson “Bud&...
by the sad red earth on Jul 17, 2010

Picture This: 1

This is the first in a new series presenting the work of documentary and fine art photographers, beginning with Julia Dean, of the sad red earth, The Julia Dean Photo Workshops, and this writer’s affections. Julia has been shooting and teaching...
by the sad red earth on May 19, 2010

Some Random Buenos Aires

In Recoleta Cemetery, burial place of Eva Peron and many notables, among the mausolea. Photography by Julia Dean AJA...
by the sad red earth on Feb 1, 2010


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