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Blake Andrews
Blake Andrews

Blake Andrews

Blake Andrews is a photographer based in Eugene, where he lives with his wife and teen sons near Spencer Butte. In addition to his own blog, B, an irreverent view of the photo world which he has maintained since 2007, he is a regular book reviewer for Collector Daily and PhotoEye, and the photography critic for Eugene Weekly. As a photographer he has been consistently engaged in one project or another since 1993, including Portland Grid Project, Eugene Grid Project, UP Photographers, and numerous shows internationally. But mostly he shoots for himself. He received a B.A. in Environmental Studies from Brown University in 1992, a discipline which comes in handy behind a camera.

Ward Shortridge at Blue Sky Gallery

Ward Shortridge had a knack for capturing people authentically and generously. His photographs on view at Blue Sky Gallery showcase his ability to “see right into people’s hearts.”

The meandering adventurer

Blake Andrews interviews Shawn Records about photography, Joseph Campbell, becoming an adult, and his new book “Hero.”

Visions of work

Blake Andrews on how labor plays a starring role in Dan Nelken and Edward Pabor’s photo shows in Springfield and Eugene.

Private lives of the trees

Blake Andrews goes into the forest, literally, with photographer David Paul Bayles and Forest Service Scientist Fred Swanson.