If you have ever been lucky enough to be in Buenos Aires in November, you can’t have failed to notice the Jacarandas and their purple flowers. I immigrated to Argentina in 2006, immediately fell in love with the beauty of the trees here, and now have a collection of photographs spanning more than 10 years. This November, there will be an exhibition at the Jardín Botánico of Buenos Aires of my series of photos of the Jacaranda trees that grace the streets, plazas and parks of Buenos Aires. Twelve beautiful canvas prints will be displayed at the the same time as these trees will be Mommy and me dresses blooming all around this beautiful city. I have launched an IndieGoGo campaign to raise funds to pay for this exhibition and to be a way for my extended family, friends, and maybe even some fans of my work to participate in this exhibition from both near and afar with both financial and emotional support. I am humbled and blown away by the support thus far! Thank you!
If you can’t make it to the exhibition, but you still want to enjoy the Jacarandas, consider getting a copy of the full-color photo book that I just completed called “The Seasons of Buenos Aires” where you can appreciate not just the Jacarandas, but a wide variety of the iconic trees of Buenos Aires. Please visit the campaign page to see the wide-range of other perks available to brighten the walls of your home or office, or surprise your loved ones with gifts this holiday season.
The IndieGoGo campaign will only run through October 15th, and the photo exhibition will be held from November 4th – 27th. If you will be in Buenos Aires then, please come to the opening and visit the beautiful gardens!
Thank you for your amazing support and please share with your friends!