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Category Archives: The Drive-Thru Gallery

First Photography Workshop. In Downtown Phoenix.

Written on February 5, 2014 at 12:42 pm, by

photo by Sophie Blaylock/Downtown Devil I have been teaching photography for the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation up at Taliesin West for a few years now and I can not even explain to you how awesome that is. To be able to teach what I love in a setting as beautiful as Taliesin West, a place  Continue Reading »

The Drive-Thru Gallery & Studio.

Written on January 8, 2014 at 2:31 pm, by

FINALLY! I opened up The Drive-Thru Gallery & Studio one year ago this Friday and so I thought the best way to celebrate would be to create a Facebook page for it  Yep, one whole year to create a Facebook page (I did it yesterday) Anyways, I will be posting all the gallery info there and have a few  Continue Reading »

Intro to Photography Workshop. Sign Up Now.

Written on December 25, 2013 at 9:28 pm, by

2013 was an amazing year and 2014 is going to be even more amazing-er. I have a few big announcements coming up soon and I’m excited about this first one. I will now be teaching an “Introduction to Photography Workshop” a few times over the year and February 1st will be the first workshop. So  Continue Reading »

Holiday Print Sale. Drive-Thru Gallery

Written on November 27, 2013 at 11:54 pm, by

Looking for a great holiday gift idea? How about some amazing Arizona photography! The Drive-Thru gallery will be having a huge Holiday Print Sale Friday, December 6th 7-10pm. Choice photography from FIVE local photographers will be displayed and will be available to take home that night. The Drive-Thru gallery walls will be stuffed with photography  Continue Reading »

Next Show at the Drive-Thru Gallery. Brian Klein.

Written on October 7, 2013 at 6:06 pm, by

SAVE THE DATE: The Drive-Thru Gallery is proud to announce it’s newest show First Friday, October 4th, 7-10pm. The Near End: An Infrared Retrospective by Phoenix based photographer Brian Klein of Klein Photographic. I am really excited about his one, Brian is part of swiftly declining group of photographers still using film. All images in The  Continue Reading »