Lenscratch Art + Science

  I am thrilled to be featured in the Lenscratch Art + Science series, curated by Linda Alterwitz. I met Linda at Mary Virginia Swanson’s Advanced Marketing workshop in 2014, and we touched base at PhotoNOLA in 2015. Here’s to the power of contacts and relationships. The project was formerly named The Forest re:Framed, in fact, […]

Southern Icons A-Z

S: Still Scene, Southern Swamp By Hastings Hensel Perhaps especially with this— a swamp in all its mossy stillness, caught in a photograph by Douglas Eng— the mind must impress some phrase, must make an order out of metaphor, for such is the way of reflection, and so: the world, it seems, is turned in on […]

Critical Mass 2016 Finalist

I’m honored to be one of the 2016 Critical Mass Finalists for my new series “Decoding the Infinite Forest.” Many thanks to Photolucida who conducts this annual event and congrats to all on this distinguished list. Sometimes we just need a little assurance that we are on the right track…I’m grateful for the recognition. Many […]

Annenberg Space for Photography

Streaming South was part of the Slideshow Event for the exhibition Life, opening at the Annenberg Space for Photography in Los Angeles. Life is a project by Frans Lanting, and I am thrilled to be part of an exhibit by one of my heroes. I am one of many photographers whose work was chosen for the […]

A River Speaks – UNF Lufrano Gallery

“A River Speaks” is the current exhibition at the Lufrano Intercultural Gallery at the University of North Florida. The show was organized by artist Jim Draper and features work by Jim, Paul Ladnier, Allison Watcon and me. I developed a piece called “Sky-River” from a selection of photographs taken at the County Dock in Mandarin, a […]

Streaming South at Slow Exposures

We had the pleasure of exhibiting most of the Streaming South project at the Slow Exposures photo festival in Zebulon GA this weekend as part of the “Pop-up” Gallery tour. We were selected by Richard McCabe, photography curator at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art in New Orleans. Slow Exposures is know for its laid back […]

Lenscratch.com featuring Streaming South

For any photographer, it’s a great honor being featured on Aline Smithson’s blog, Lenscratch.com. I had the pleasure of having Aline as a reviewer at the Photolucida Portfolio Reviews in Portland earlier this year. She is a very generous and thorough reviewer and offered many comments and suggestions on my project, especially on the writing. Aline […]

Face Forward – a slight departure

In March I received an invitation to participate in a group show, Face Forward, sponsored by the Jacksonville International Airport Arts Commission. The rules were simple, produce a self-portrait on a provided wooden panel, 24″ x 24″ x 2″, any medium. Self-portrait? I don’t do those. Asking around, I found that there were 30 artists […]

Critical Mass Top 200 Finalist

We were thrilled to receive a Finalist Award at Critical Mass this year for Streaming South. This very competitive and prestigious competition is held annually, and I will have to confess that I’ve been entering for the past three years with no luck. It’s always nice to be recognized by the industry for your work, […]