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(206) 992 – 3930
Represented by Greg Kucera Gallery in Washington, Idaho and Oregon. www.gregkucera.com


Santa Fe Community College. Gainesville - Florida
Graphic design, 1991
University of Florida. Gainesville - Florida
Photo – journalism, 1993


Freelance photographer for La Voz newspaper. 1993 -1997. Seattle, Washington.

Contributor Minority Youth Health Project. Documentary photos. 1994. Seattle, Washington.

Freelance photographer for NEON - King-County Health Department. Documentary photos of injection drug users. 1997. Seattle, Washington.

Photographer for the Seattle Public Health - AIDS Prevention Project. Photo illustration for the book Positive Living. 1998. Seattle, Washington.

Documentary photos – video titled “Gilberto & Efrein”. Images of Latino same sex marriage Washington. 2005.

Contributed to the Highline School District - Summer Program, Discovering our Culture – Mexico. Summer 2004, 2005 and 2006. Seattle, Washington.

Photography instructor for South Park Community Center – Photovoice Project, City of Seattle. Photography and words of South Park youth. June 2006 and May 2007. Seattle, Washington.


Photographer for Orange & Blue Magazine, Lake Alice News and photo – editor for Moon Magazine. Student government, University of Florida. 1992 – 1993. Gainesville, Florida.

Contributor for magazine Colombia Hoy. Special assignment to photograph Rigoberta Menchu, 1992 Nobel Peace Price winner. Bogota, Colombia. November 1995.

Contributor for The Latino Northwest Magazine. 1998 – 1999. Seattle, Washington.

Contributor to the documentary video Americanos produced by Edward James Olmos. Images of the Latino community in the United States. Featured by HBO presentations. May 2000. Los Angeles, California.

Photo illustration for the book Seattle, the time has come. Towering Publishing Inc. 2001. Memphis, Tennessee.

Illustrated the books Cuentos de amor y distancia 2001, Crónicas desde Seattle 2004 and El fusil para qué 2006 by author Javier Amaya. Seattle, Washington.

Photographer for Crónica Latina - Pulso Magazine. Spanish publications in the United Kingdom.1997 - 2003. London, United Kingdom.

Contributor to the Spanish language weekly Sea Latino. 2003 - 2007. Seattle, Washington.

Publisher of Latino Cultural Magazine. Seattle, Washington. Present.


Group exhibit. Art Works for AIDS - The Northwest AIDS Foundation. April 1999. Seattle, Washington.

Group exhibit presented at the Westin Hotel by the National Association of Hispanic Journalists – NAHJ. June 1999. Seattle, Washington.

Group exhibit. The Whole World is Watching. World Trade Organization - WTO protests. Presented by The Center for Contemporary Art – COCA and 911 Media Arts Center. June, 2000. Seattle, Washington.

Group exhibit. FOCUS – 10th annual collective juried exhibition, presented by the Northwest Photographic Center. Selected by fine art curator Mary Virginia Swanson.  July 2005. Seattle, Washington.

Diez Años: Latino life in the Northwest. Documentary photos – solo exhibition presented at the Hotel Monaco. September 2005. Seattle, Washington.

Hispanic Heritage Celebration. Solo exhibition presented by the Seattle Public Library – main library in downtown. Sponsored by Friends of the Library. September 2005. Seattle, Washington.

Art for all presented by the City of Seattle, Mayor’s Office of Arts. September 2005. Seattle, Washington.

Group exhibit. Day of Remembrance - Día de los muertos. Presented by Casa de Artes at the Center House Harrison ST Gallery - Seattle Center. October 2005. Seattle, Washington.

Artist Trust 18th Annual Art Auction, February 2006. Seattle, Washington.

Latino life in the Northwest. Solo exhibition presented by City of Burien Arts Commission and Highline Historical Society at Burien City Hall. March 2006. Burien, Washington.

Latino life in the Northwest. Solo exhibition presented by SeaTac Arts Commission and Highline Historical Society at SeaTac City Hall. June 2006. Seattle, Washington.

Photo exhibits sponsored by the City of Seattle - Mayor’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs.  
Latinos in the Northwest: A cultural journey was presented at:

Denny Middle School. October 2006. Seattle, Washington.
Chief Sealth High School. November 2006. Seattle, Washington.
Seattle Central Community College. December 2006, Seattle, Washington.

May 2 thru 14, 2007 – Everett. Solo exhibit.
Everett Community College. Cinco de Mayo CelebrationWhitehorse Hall – Art & Sciences.

June 18 thru August 10, 2007 – Tacoma. Group exhibit.
Tacoma Community College. The Gallery.
5th Annual Juried Local Art Exhibition.

June 25 thru July 31, 2007 – Seattle. Solo exhibit.
Seattle Central Community College. The M. Rosetta Hunter Art Gallery

July 21st – 22nd, 2007 – Bellingham. Group exhibit.
Western Washington University. Western Gallery.

July 23 and 24, 2007 – Auburn. Group exhibit.
Boeing Field. Boeing’s Diversity Through the eyes of Art.

July 30th thru August 31, 2007 – Downtown Seattle. Group exhibit.
Some Space Gallery. Photographer’s Showcase.
First annual photography group show.

September 6 thru 28, 2007 – Downtown Seattle. Solo exhibit.
4Culture. Gallery 4 Culture.

November 1, 2007 thru February 1 2008, Tacoma. Group exhibit.
The Gallery at Tacoma Community College.

December 5 - 9, 2007. Art Miami. Represented by Greg Kucera Gallery.

January thru March 2008. Seattle Trade and Convention Center. Latino Art in the Northwest.
Group exhibit. Downtown Seattle.

January 10th, thru February 9th. Downtown Seattle.
Seattle Art Museum - SAM Gallery – Autobiography.


Grant for Artist Projects – GAP. Awarded by Artist Trust. 2005. Seattle, Washington.

Finalist in FOCUS – 10th annual collective juried exhibition - Northwest Photographic Center. July 2005. Seattle, Washington.

KCTS-TV program Connects. Fine arts segment title “Hugo Ludeña”. Nominated for the 43rd Annual Emmy Awards by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Northwest Chapter. June 2006. Seattle, Washington.

Grant - 2006 City Artist Projects - in the category of visual arts, awarded by the City of Seattle -  Mayor’s Office of Arts & Cultural Affairs. May 2006. Seattle, Washington.

Juror’s Choice Award. Tacoma Community College - 5th Annual Juried Local Art Exhibition.
June 2007. Tacoma, Washington.


Acquire by King County Public Art CollectionPortable Works. 4Culture Program. March 2007. Seattle, Washington.

Acquire by Group Health. October 2007. Seattle, Washington.

Acquire by Greg Kucera and Larry Yocom. November 2007. Seattle, Washington.


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