Ron Azevedo

National Geographic- Photo of the Day/Month

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National Geographic Stock Photography

 

Three of my images have been added to the National Geographic Image Collection & featured on their stock photography website www.nationalgeographicstock.com, making the photos accessible to publishers and editors worldwide. It took several months but they notified me today that my image,Nature’s Bedding and Aspen in Black & White & Autumn at Maroon Bells, have been published on the Nat Geo Stock Image site! All 3 photographs will also be part of my exhibit at the Festival of Arts which opens to the public July 1st & runs through August 31st.

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Red Rock Review

‘Swan Song’ on the cover of the Red Rock Review Fall 2012 issue….thanks to Senior Editor Todd Moffett for his enthusiasm in seeing that Swan Song be a part the publication.

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American Legion Magazine

 

El Toro Hangar’ featured in the February 2013 edition of the American Legion Magazine in an article titled: ‘Were Not Going To Stop’ about the exposure veterans have received to dangerous toxins at military bases across the country.

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Edible Orange County

Published for the first time in the Summer 2012 issue of Edible Orange County as well as a listing as a Contributing Photographer. My editorial work can be seen in the article ‘Breaking The Chain’ by Daniela Galaraza on pages 62-67.

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Festival of Arts 2012

 

One of 24 featured artists exhibiting at the Festival of Arts Preview Exhibit from April 11th – June 10th, 2012 at the Wells Fargo FOA Gallery in Laguna Beach. “Preview 2012 showcases a fascinating look into the world of the innovative and fresh new artwork of 24 prestigious artists from Orange County. These 24 exhibitors were recently juried into the Festival of Arts by a panel of seven knowledgeable artists and/or art experts to assure patrons the finest art experience that they expect from the show. These artists display the variety, personality, and atmosphere that will be available at the Festival of Arts all summer long, and will round out 140 artists for 2012.”