Here you will find a running list of things I am up to, shows I have had the privilege
to be part of and interesting notes from the art photography world.
‘Cover Me’ is available through the Photographic Resource Center in Boston, Mass. A virtual exhibition entitled ‘Your Work Here’ goes live November 16, 2020. The work is available until January 2, 2021.
I am truly honored to be included in the show ‘In My Head, In My Body’ at Target Gallery in the Torpedo Factory Art Center in Virginia. The show features artwork that delves into the human psyche to explore themes surrounding mental health and its relationship to physical health. The image entitled ‘Fire No Flame’ from the series ‘Between Two Worlds’ will be included in the show, on view until December 13, 2020.
“Between Two Worlds – Processing Grief and Trauma a Visual Companion“, is now available. The projects class at Maine Media and Curator Sybylla Smith have been a great help and encouragement in this process, as have many others who have contributed to the book.
The photo series “Between Two Worlds was featured in ‘The Antidote’ on the Maine Museum of Photographic Arts homepage.
“Fire no Flame” will be included in the Torpedo Arts Center group show entitled “In My Head, In My Body from October 31st-December 13th.
Underexposed Magazine included “Uncertainty” and “Memories Gate” in their online exhibition “On Winters Margin.” The exhibition can be viewed here.
I am honored to have received Honorable Mention at the Maine Photography Show in the black and white category for the image “Grit.” The Boothbay Art Association Gallery was open for a few short days with appropriate social distancing in place. I was so glad I was able to view it.
“Blindsight” was included in a curated online exhibition by Amy Parrish, “Gathering.” It was also included in Issue 28 of “The Hand” magazine.
“Blindsight” and “Broken” were included the show “The Heart Goes Nine” at the Rhode Island Center for Photography in Providence.
“No Words” was included in Don’t Take Pictures online exhibition “Mirror Image.”
“Blindsight was also included in Photo Place Gallery’s exhibition in the online version, “Black and White.”