As a devoted film photographer, I make both color and black and white prints by hand in the darkroom. The passage of time is a continual source of inspiration for my work; I’m drawn to making images that express how change becomes visible in the physical world. The presence of memory in our lives and the power of beauty to redeem loss are at the heart of much of my work.
My photographs have been exhibited internationally by such venues as Aperture; the Fort Wayne Museum of Art; the Griffin Museum of Photography; the Houston Center for Photography; Le Salon de la Photo, Paris; Lishui International Photography Festival, China; the Los Angeles Center of Photography; Klompching Gallery; the Photographic Resource Center; and photo basel, among many others.
A variety of private and institutional collections have acquired my work, including the Bibliotheque nationale de France, Paris; the Prentice and Paul Sack Photographic Trust of the Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco; the Santa Barbara Museum of Art; and the deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, Lincoln, MA.
My work has been published both in print and online in publications such as “Harper’s,” “The Huffington Post,” “Lenscratch,” “aCurator,” “FlakPhoto,” “Fraction Magazine,” and “The Photo Review,” among others.
This past year my project created in response to the pandemic, “In the Shadow of Corona,” was short-listed in Px3’s “State of the World” competition.