DaValle, Al, (2010, July-August). "A Universe Within". Lenswork, 89.
DaValle, Al, (2011, November-December). 2011 Year-End Gallery. "Captured Angel". Lenswork, 97.
DaValle, Al, (2010, December). Spotlights. Black & White Magazine, 79.
DaValle, Al, (May 14, 2015). "St. Charles photographer’s trip to Antarctica an ‘awe-inspiring’ experience". Kane County Chronicle
DaValle, Al, (November-December 2016). Images of China. Lenswork 127
DaValle, Al (Spring 2017). Images of China. China Photographer Magazine
DaValle, Al, (Fall 2016). Seeing In Sixes. A Book by Lenswork Publishing
DaValle, Al, (Fall 2017). Seeing In Sixes 2017. A Book by Lenswork Publishing
DaValle, Al, (Spring 2018). "The Texture of Acadia".Lenswork, Lenswork 135
The Gallery at Somes Sound on Mount Dessert Island, Acadia National Park
December 2016 - January 2017. Oesterle Gallery at the College of DuPage. Naperville, IL
November 2015-February 2016. Green Light Gallery Cornwall on the Hudson, NY.
March 2014. DFA Gallery. St. Charles, Illinois.
August 2011. The Holmstad. Batavia, Illinois.
April 2011. Gibby’s Wine Den. Batavia, Illinois.
August-September 2017. Zia Gallery. Winnetka, IL
Summer 2017. Inaugural Street and Loft Gallery at Pheasant Run in St Charles, IL
May 2017. "From Sea to Shinning Sea" Art Exhibition. St. Charles, IL
Winter 2016-2017. The Sardine Gallery Art Exhibition. Williams Bay, WI.
Summer 2016. The Sardine Gallery Art Exhibition. Williams Bay, WI.
August-Setember 2016. Creek Gallery Annual Art Exhibition. Crystal Lake, IL.
September 2015. Next Gallery Juried Art Exhibition. St. Charles, IL
January-February 2015. "Let There Be Light", Bloomingdale Museum Juried Photo
Exhibition. Bloomingdale, Illinois. ➢ First place
December 2014. DFA Studio Opening Exhibition, St. Charles, Illinois.
November-December 2012. "Energy", Fermi Labs with Water Street Studios. Batavia, Illinois.
March-May 2012. Allen+Pepa Architects. Batavia, Illinois.
July 2011. The Art of Photography. Theater. Los Angeles, California.
Cameracraftsmen of America was founded in 1905 in Iowa by a group of dedicated photographers for the purpose of exchanging ideas and working for the betterment of professional photography. Throughout the years, the organization has evolved into a group of highly talented individuals who meet annually to advance the profession of photography as an art. Membership is limited to forty individuals and is by invitation only.
While Sports, Finance and Religion may evoke fanaticism from some people, this unique group of men and women seek to extract the highest possible results from photography. It is the essence of their existence. It is the hope and desire of Cameracraftsmen of America that their images will warm the heart and stir the soul of the viewer and demonstrate that the art of photography can be a worthwhile venture for the betterment of mankind.
PPA is the world's largest non-profit photography association organized for professional photographers. It’s mission is to create a vibrant community of successful professional photographers by providing education, resources and industry standards of excellence.
PPANI is the local chapter of PPA for northern Illinois. PPANI focuses on education and professional development for photographers living in the area.