NYTime's Photo Review
I am invited to participate in the New York Time's Photography Portfolio Review on April 21st. I have applied many times for this opportunity, so am thrilled to be included in this free review. where I will share my new work.
Lucky to have 3 pieces from my new series "Parturition" included in the upcoming show at the Vermont Center for Photography in Brattleboro. The show was juried by Lightwork's Shane Lavelette and will open March 2 and run to April 1st. This is the first time my new project is on display so excited to share it with you; hope you will make it to the show.
RISD Faculty Show
I have a piece in the Rhode Island School of Design's faculty show. Thank you to the planners of the show for including adjunct faculty. The show opens February 23 and runs until March 25.
The Hand Magazine
Happy to share May Babcock and I's ongoing collaboration is featured in the current edition of "The Hand" magazine. This is currently the only place to see just a sample of the cyanotype work we have printed onto handmade paper. "The Hand" showcases handmade photo-based artwork.
I was December's featured artist on Aspect Initiative, an online gallery focusing on New England photographers. Thanks to artist Steven Duede, whose site is the brainchild, and to the amazing Jessica Roscio from the Danforth Art Museum, for her incredible writing about my work.
New Dimensions in Photo Processes
Thrilled to be included in Laura Blacklow's alternative photographic processes textbook "New Dimensions in Photo Processes: A Step-by-Step Manual for Alternative Techniques" 5th edition, published by Taylor & Francis Publishing Company.
Photography + Science
An image of one of my "Transmission" petri dishes was included in a Photography and Science exhibition as part of Yixian Photography Festival in China. The show then traveled to the Lishui Photo Festival in Lishui, China. The show was organized and coordinated by Laura Moya, one of the directors of Photolucida and Critical Mass. The photographers are all Critical Mass Finalists from the last two years.
Newport Art Museum
Happy to share that a Venus ambrotype and handmade paper figure are now a part of the permanent collection at the Newport Art Museum. This work is currently on display in museum on the second floor.