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Sita Bhaumik

Posted by Shawn Tamaribuchi on 9/28/2012 to interviews


Sweet Fruit. Otow Orchards. Granite Bay, California. USA. 2011.

Sita Kuratomi Bhaumik is an artist and writer based in San Francisco with a B.A. in Studio Art from Scripps College and M.A./M.F.A candidacy in Visual and Critical Studies and Interdiscipliniary Art at the California College of the Arts. She has exhibited her work at venues such as Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, SOMArts, Whitman College, and Root Division. She is the art editor for Hyphen magazine, a founding member of the 24hourshow art collective, and a board member at Kearny Street Workshop. With an extensive background in marketing and event production, Sita has worked with Dwell, Maker Faire, and Wired magazine and is known to throw a killer party...

The Joy of Plastic Camera Photography with Jeanne Hauser

Posted by Shawn Tamaribuchi on 9/23/2012 to interviews


Jeanne Hauser local SF photographer, just published 7 Squared 49 Pictures of San Francisco depicting iconic images of San Francisco shot entirely with a Holga plastic camera. She shows her work regularly at the City Art Gallery in the Mission and is a marketplace photographer at RayKo...

10 Questions with RayKo Instructor
Shawn Tamaribuchi

Posted by on 9/20/2012 to interviews
french press coffee, film and polariods
These are a few of my favorite things...

Shawn Tamaribuchi holds a BFA in Photography and Digital Media from Scripps College, and has completed studies at the Glasgow School of Art. For the past six years she has worked as a creative director, print and web production artist, web developer and manager. Her artistic interests reside in the realm of digital-media and experimental performance art, and her performances and visual work has been seen locally, nationally, and internationally. Just some of the projects Tamaribuchi has been involved with include: The 24hourshow art collective, the Visibility Project, twincest, and Readjust Economies of Desire. Shawn is invited to lecture at universities and festivals about the politics of representation through the lenses of feminist, queer, and racial theories. She is currently the marketing and web manager at RayKo. See her work at Liarphoto.com

Shawns latest project is entitled The Female Fighter Project. It is an on going portraiture series documenting female fighters around the globe. In 2010, Shawn left for a year of international travel, visiting and training with some of the best female fighters from Rio de Janeiro to Tokyo. She carried over 70 lbs of luggage consisting of three Brazilian Jiu Jitsu gis, 2 pairs of Muay Thai gloves, numerous mouth pieces, rash guards, shin pads and head gear as well as a very heavy Hasselblad 500c camera with loads of 120mm film. After paying over $500 in overweight luggage fees and more airport security lines than one could imagine, she landed back in California in 2011. She now is continuing her project stateside working for the largest public photographic community center west of the Mississippi...

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