Treece, an exhibition of my photographs as well as an audio documentary by The Recollective, is on view from July 1- July 28, 2013 at The Baxter Springs Heritage Center and Museum in Baxter Springs, KS. There is an opening reception on Tuesday, July 2nd from 7-9pm.
Pick up a copy of the September issue of Popular Photography to read the article Film Lives: The Enduring Allure of Analog Photography, by Debbie Grossman. The story highlights photographers who are continuing to use film, and features one of my photographs from Treece.
I am incredibly honored to be one of the 2012 recipients of the Aaron Siskind Foundation Individual Photographer's Fellowship Grant. Thank you to the Aaron Siskind Foundation, and to the judges, Phong Bui, Katherine Bussard and Marvin Heiferman.
I just returned from another trip to Kansas, where I am continuing my project in Treece. Click here to read about my experience photographing the city hall being demolished and the water tower coming down on Blue Earth Alliance's blog.
I've been selected as a runner up for the Camera Club of New York's Darkroom Residency Program, which allows me to use CCNY's facilities for one month. I plan to use this time to continue developing my project in Treece, Kansas.
Two of my photographs are on view at the Finlandia University Gallery through January 14, 2012. They are included in the Contemporary Finnish-American Artist Series 20th Year Retrospective Exhibition, along with work by Arno Rafael Minkkinen, Bruce A. Niemi and more.