NEWS Photographs from the eclipse seen from Madras, Oregon at Time First person account of photographing the political turmoil on Capitol Hill with pictures of the James Comey and Jeff Sessions hearings in the Los Angeles Times May 6, 7 and 9, 2017 Zen Photography Workshop in the San Francisco Bay Area. See here for more details. Traveling and shooting on-and-off in the swing state Midwest covering the conclusion of the U.S. presidential election. Follow on Medium and David Butow Photography on Facebook July 26, 2016 Lecture Tuesday night 6pm at SF Camerawork for a series on visual storytelling along with photographer Jessica Christian. Click here for more info 5/2016 Some of my thoughts on digital photo manipulation published at Medium A photo essay of new work from an assignment on Latino urbanism in the spring issue of Boom: A Journal of California Photo essay on gentrification of the Tenderloin neighborhood in San Francisco for the Wall Street Journal Just announced: Zen Photography Workshop with David Butow in Oakland and Berkeley, California on Saturday June 11 and Sunday June 12, 2016. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a spot and for more information. April 7 6-8pm Popup show and talk at the Gallery at the Leica Store San Francisco Popup show and talk "The Essence of the Image at Camera West in Walnut Creek, CA on April 14th 6:30-8:30pm After a busy fall photographing California grantees for the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation's PropelNext program, I am now in southern India, photographing the Dalai Lama. His Holiness is conducting teaching and ceremonies for the Tibetan community here and this will be the final phase of photography for the Seeing Buddha book project. Two-day Zen Photography Workshop in Oakland and Berkeley, California on August 8, and August 16, 2015. See here for more details. Opening reception for the group show Heat" on Thursday night, July 23 at SF Camerwork which includes pictures from the Ferguson zine produced earlier this year. The Ferguson zine is available for purchase through Amazon here Teaching Leica Akademie Workshop at Camera West in Walnut Creek, California with Leica representative Tom Brichta on June 25. See here for more details. New photo essays of the The Last Days of the Riviera Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas at the Wall Street Journal. and San Francisco Chronicle. American Illustration-American Photography Profiles features an interview by David Schonauer on Seeing Buddha, the Mandela work and other recent projects here. Stanford University's Ho Center for Buddhist Studies will be hosting David for a discussion of the Seeing Buddha project in Palo Alto, CA on February, 12 at 6pm. See here for more information. The Buddhist online magazine Lion's Roar features a Q&A about Seeing Buddha here The Ferguson zine has been funded on Kickstarter, printed and is available here Articles and discussion of the zine are featured online in Design Arts Daily Prison Photography Bag News Notes News Photographers Association of Canada The first publication of the new series After Hours in the magazine "Boom: A Journal of California" in print and online here Two photographs from the series Honoring Madiba were featured on the two-sided book jacket cover of American Photography 30. Terrific design by Robert Newman. more info here Article written for American Photography's DART online with Doan Cong Tinh, one of four North Vietnamese photographers whose work is being exhibited for the first time out of the country at Visa Pour L'Image, in Perpignan, France. read here To follow the most current information about exhibitions, publications etc. see David Butow Photography on Facebook and Twitter @DavidButow Tricycle magazine publishes Seeing Buddha in the Fall 2014 print edition and in an online essay and slide show. Tricycle Work from Nelson Mandela's funeral in South Africa featured in American Photography Annual 30th edition, book and online. slide show Seeing Buddha is featured in the Visions section of the February 2014 edition of National Geographic magazine. Seeing Buddha is featured in The New York Times. Updates and samples from the project can be found at Seeing Buddha.