The Last Few Years 

As a photographer I am interested in the intersection of the past and the present. Over the years I have enjoyed the challenge of trying to represent an alternate universe where perception and reality either collide or collaborate.  

Recently, I began to contextualize my documentary and fine art images. My mentors encouraged me to further develop and share my project-based work. The pandemic pushed me forward. There is no turning back.

In 2023, StudioWorks at the Tide Institute and Museum of Art in Eastport, ME offered me a one-month summer residency.  In the prior year, the Constance Saltonstall Foundation awarded me a Fellowship in Photography with an artist's residency. I am grateful for those who have honored my work and continue to encourage my endeavors.

Exhibition Highlights

Juror Crista Dix selected Birthing Clinic Road, as the Grand Prize winner of an international competition, "Water," hosted by the New York Center for Photographic Arts in June 2023. 

My diptych, Burial, was selected by gallerist/curator Deborah Klomp Ching for an April 2023 juried group exhibition in NYC, "Same But Different," sponsored by the New York Center for Photographic Arts.  

In April 2023, Hanging On, was selected by curator Lisa Volpe for inclusion inThe Griffin Museum of Photography's 29th Annual Member Show.

 Street Encounters was my first museum exhibition. Held at the  Arlington Museum of Art in 2020, this group show was curated by Paula Tognarelli. The photo, Historic Site  (Israel), was taken at the Inn of the Good Samaritan.

 In April 2021, Birthing Clinic Road  (Uganda) was selected by juror and art consultant, Victoria Burns, as one of 25 works for display on billboards in Los Angeles for The Creative Billboard's 7th Annual Juried  Exhibition celebrating emerging artists. 

Crista Dix, Executive Director and Curator, the Griffin Museum of Photography, selected Anse a la Croix  [see below] for the museum's  group exhibition,Vantage Point  in 2022. 

Grand Prize Winner, Water Birthing Clinic Road, June 2023, NYC4PA

Historic Site, for the Street Encounters exhibition at the Arlington Museum of Art.

Anse a la Croix was selected for the Griffin Museum of Art's group exhibition, Vantage Point group in Boston.

 Birthing Clinic Road billboard, The Billboard Creative,  Los Angeles, 2021

Awards & More Exhibitions

My work has  been exhibited in two Barcelona Biennales and received several awards. In 2023 I received the Grand Prize for "Birthing Clinic Road," in an international competition hosted by The New York Center for Photographic Arts.  The 17th Julia Margaret Cameron competition awarded me two First Prize series awards in 2022 and Honorable Mentions in their 15th and 16th competitions. In 2021, juror Jan Howard honored my work with Third Prize at  the Rhode Island Center of Photographic Art's exhibition, All Together Now.

So It Goes, the literary journal of the Kurt Vonnegut Museum & Library, selected my images for two consecutive volumes, including in 2022 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the author's birth.

In December 2022, my photographs, Pan Handling, appeared on the cover of the Winter Issue of Beyond Words, a literary magazine.

My images have also appeared in other gallery shows and online in the literary journal, Reservoir Road.

Hanging On, First Prize Series, 7th Foto Biennale Barcelona, 2022

Apprentice, Honorable Mention, 6th Foto Biennale, Barcelona, 2021

Renovation Men, All Together Now exhibition, Third Prize, RICPA. 2021

Nightwatch, So It Goes, Issue No. 10, The Good Earth, Vonnegut and the Environment, 2021

Under the Mask, 29th Annual Member's Juried Show , Griffin Museum of Photography,  Hanging On,          April/May 2023

Same But Different, New York Center For Photographic Arts, Juror Selection, Burial, April 2023

Same But Different Exhibition, NYC, Burial on display, center top

17th Biennale of Fine Art & Documentary Photography, Barcelona, 2022

16th Biennial of Fine Art & Documentary Photography, Barcelona, 2021

Vantage Point, Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston, 2022

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