SEAGROVE BEACH, FLORIDA, January 9, 2014 — A new book of photography, Sunsets of 30A, is in production stages and is a collaboration between editor/curator Cindy Moskovitz and Colleen Duffley Productions (CDP) – the production and consulting venture run by acclaimed photographer, designer and arts advocate Colleen Duffley. This coffee table book will be a collection of photographs of sunsets taken on 30A, a picturesque route on the Gulf of Mexico on Florida’s Emerald Coast. Duffley is a longtime resident of the 30A corridor, and Moskovitz owns a home there and has been traveling there for years (while being based in Nashville), giving this project special significance for both artists. The call for entries is now live (firstname.lastname@example.org) and has been extended to January 26, 2014, with the book set to be published in the spring of 2014. This collection will feature works by tourists, locals, amateurs and professionals alike—anyone who wants to submit an image will be considered.
As a photography collector, Moskovitz believes many of the local professional photographers are underexposed, especially to visitors of 30A. The book will include a resource page with information on how to contact each photographer regarding their image, as well as drive people to their web sites to see the breadth of their work. Colleen Duffley Productions was chosen to produce and design the book based on Duffley’s status as an award-winning photographer and skilled art director.
Photographs that have been taken along Scenic Hwy 30A with any type of camera from any time period will be considered for publication. “It could be a shot taken several years ago on a vacation, or one from yesterday. I really want all of 30A to be represented – all the beach communities, the Coastal Dune Lakes, the state parks and the diverse architecture,” Moskovitz says.
Persons looking to submit photography and/or artwork can send up to three entries to email@example.com. The original deadline of December 15 has been extended until January 26, 2014.