Ben Woitena, online…

So things have been a bit busy for me and I’ve been a bit absent here.

But this morning, a dear friend shared a link to a digital portfolio of his work. Ben was among the first new group people I met when I moved back to Houston from Austin, after doing my undergraduate work there. Watching him as he worked made a huge impression and talking with him, and other artists (the conversations of between him and Don Shaw were like listening to dueling magicians) sealed my decision to keep making images, how ever I could.

I hope you’ll take a look at his site.
https://benwoitena.com/home.html
Meanwhile, back in Leipzig, Weihnachtsmarkt is in full swing as we begin to close in on Christmas. The weather is NOT keeping the crowds away!

Author: alfonsoelsabio

Citoyen du monde: Photographer, librarian/archivist/academic, musician, and writer... I've lived in, or visited, every state in the US except South Dakota and Hawaii.

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