Friday, March 02, 2007


yo, i'm going to have a picture in the DCist Exposed show at the Warehouse. The show runs march 9th - 16th with an opening reception on the 9th (friday) at 6:30pm. here's the press release:

DCist Exposed Photography Show Opens Friday, March 9



Heather Goss, 202-256-4834

Sommer Mathis, 202-276-7530

Washington, DC -- is pleased to announce our first ever DCist Exposed Photography Show at the Warehouse Arts Complex from March 9 -16, 2007. More than 35 local photographers, both amateur and professional, were chosen out of over 200 who submitted their work for the show through the DCist Flickr site. Every day selects photos from this user-generated photo pool to use in its daily coverage of local news, arts and entertainment, politics, food and sports.

The exhibit will showcase new talent as they reveal the city to us through the eyes of people who live and work in the D.C. metro area. In a city too often seen purely as a collection of federal government buildings or a destination for tourists, these photographers capture the local music, art, architecture, and urban surroundings that give Washington, D.C. its unique cultural vibrancy.

An opening reception will be held Friday, March 9, 2007 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Warehouse is located at 1017-1021 7th Street NW, between New York Ave. and L St. in downtown Washington, DC, across the street from the new Washington Convention Center.

Find links to all photos accepted to DCist Exposed here:

Poster image by Justin Hoffmann . is a website about the Washington, D.C. area and everything that happens there. We've been mentioned in The Washington Post, The New York Sun, the Current Newspapers,, and Washingtonian magazine, which said that DCist was a "habit-forming" blog that specializes in the collection of "tidbits of political and cultural arcana."

1 comment:

gwadzilla said...

you are also going to have a photo on the cover of SPOKES MAGAZINE this month!

I sent them a bunch of photos for two articles

and well....
they did not use the photos that I sent
and they mistakenly credited Kevin Dillard for photos that he did not take
which may be worse than not crediting him for photos that he did take