Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Brandon Thibodeaux is Having a Great 2017, and it's only October
Dallas-based photographer Brandon Thibodeaux (see image above) is definitely having a moment in his career as a Southern photographer.
So much good stuff has been happening in Thibodeaux's professional life lately that I will probably miss something, but these things I know:
Thibodeaux's book In that Land of Perfect Day is now available from Red Hook Editions, go here.
His image from that body of work -- Choo Choo and His Bible, Alligator, MS, 2012 (see image above) -- was chosen as winner of the Paul Conlan Prize at the recent Slow Exposures Photography Festival in Concord, GA.
As a result, Thibodeaux will have a solo show of his work at next year's SlowEx Festival, coming up before you know it on September 20-23, 2018.
Thibodeaux and his work have also been the subject of a feature story in the Washington Post, go here.
As well recognition as by Jeff Rich in his Eyes on the South series for the Oxford American, go here.
He has also been profiled on the Its Nice That blog, go here.
And there may be even more to celebrate for Thibodeaux; will try to keep you posted. After all, it's only October.
Congratulations to Thibodeaux on all his accomplishments and recognitions. Well-deserved!