My image Camper is on view this week as part of the ICP Projected series at the International Center of Photography. See it projected outside the museum at night and inside on monitors during the day.
ICP Projected: Talk in Images: Body curated by Wesley Verhoeve
ICP Museum / 250 Bowery, NY, NY / May 22-28
I'm honored to be jurying and speaking at this year's Photo Vision Awards back home in mid-MO.
Coming home! I'm looking forward to seeing the full show and some familiar faces on Sept 28.
The Center for Photography at Woodstock is celebrating its 40th Anniversary with an exhibition fundraiser, and I am happy to have an image ("Chick") included for sale therein. I was very fortunate to be part of the CPW Photography Now 2016 exhibition last year and am grateful for all that CPW does to build and support photographic community. Check out the work of some 70 artists showing CPW love, and buy a small print!
Work from my series Mid— has been selected for the Center for Fine Art Photography Portfolio Showcase Volume 9, juried by Maggie Blanchard. Catch the gallery exhibition in Fort Collins, Colorado, through September 19.
Photography Now 2016 at the Center for Photography at Woodstock has been extended through July 10. That's a few more summer weeks to check out this exhibition of contemporary photographers exploring identity and representation, as curated by James Estrin of the New York Times. I'm beyond honored to have work from my own series Mid— included therein.
Folks at SPE in Las Vegas: Head to the Pavilion Ballroom on Saturday from 8-10 pm for a reception of the 4th International Combined Caucus Exhibition, juried by Aline Smithson and including my own Swan, Bunny.
I'm very excited to be spending the next five weeks photographing in and around Nebraska City, thanks to a residency at the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts. I'm here through February:
UPDATE 3/11: I'm returning for a sixth week in March, extending through March 19.
(Picture fewer flowers, more snow.)
Lawrence, Kansas: I'm excited to be part of this group show in conversation with two 1970s Kansas photo books — No Mountains in the Way and The Kansas Album — and featuring current images from nine photographers working in the same area some forty years later.
Curated by Mike Sinclair and Bryon Darby | At the University of Kansas through December 11
November 12 — December 20, 2015 / Reception Thursday, December 10.
UPDATE 12/16: My photograph, Sidewalk, Road Watching, received 2nd Place Juror's Choice.