Featured Photographer - December 2016

Connie St Jean Constance Mayfield St Jean started taking pictures in 1959 in Gopalpur, India as a cultural anthropology research assistant to Dr. Alan R. Beals. In 1967, she photographed every family in an Oaxaca village in Mexico and was paid in eggs and tortillas. This was in connection with an anthropological field study teaching project headed by Dr. Beals. She took up photography again in the 1980’s, specializing in long lens candid pictures of wildlife, rodeo riders, children, flowers, abstract landscapes and musicians ( bluegrass, Dixieland, swing and modern jazz). Her travels took her all over Southern California, Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Greece, Tuscany, Ireland and Turkey. Ms Mayfield has received ribbons and awards from the Southern California fair ( 1998 to 2007) and had two photographs accepted by the Los Angeles County Fair ( 2004 & 2005). Her photographs have been displayed in Riverside, Moreno Valley, Norco, Redlands and Corona since the early 1990’s. Gallery showings have taken place in Pomona, Riverside City College, Riverside Community Art Association, Riverside Art Museum, Riverside County Library system and San Pedro. Currently, she is concentrating on candid photographs of adults and children at festivals, beaches, peace demonstrations and music venues as well as photo journalism and abstracts.
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