Work from the Vanishing Points series was selected for the 2016 National Photography Fellowship Exhibition, Developed Work, at the Midwest Center for Photography in Wichita, KS. The exhibition runs from October 28-November 11, 2016.
In August 2016 I spent a week visiting sacred lands and significant sites of Native American culture in portions of Wyoming and Montana. The photographs I made will eventually be added to the Vanishing Points project.
The Upper Snake, a three-person exhibition, is on view in the Art Association Gallery at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, WY from January 22-February 28, 2016. The exhibition consists of three separate bodies of work with three differing responses and presentation methods to three different river systems located within the Upper Snake River Basin.
My new series of prints created over a year-long residency at Artists Image Resource (A.I.R.) in Pittsburgh, PA is on view at A.I.R. from October 5-29, 2015. Confluence Studies layers inkjet prints with screen prints on a single 40x28 in. sheets of archival Hahnemule rag paper.
I'll be sharing my Vanishing Points project as part of the Process, Discovery, Revelation panel at the 2015 Society for Photographic Education Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference at 11:00 AM on October 24th, 2015 in Pittsburgh, PA.
I'll be chairing a panel titled, "Voices from the Field: Successes and Challenges of Creating Place-Based Arts Curriculum", at the 2015 South East College Art Conference (SECAC) on Friday, October 23rd, from 1:15-3:00 PM at the Wyndham Grand Pittsburgh Downtown Hotel.
My year-long multimedia project exploring the Snake River Headwaters is on display in a three-person exhibition, The Upper Snake: Three Photographic Approaches, at The Art Museum of Eastern Idaho from May 21-August 8.
Three prints from the Vanishing Points series have been included in the permanent collection of the Archive of Documentary Arts, part of Duke University's David M. Rubenstein Rare Book and Manuscript Library.