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, […]

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 […]

December Arbus cover

I was thrilled to have my amaryllis photo on the Arbus December cover. These photos were from a dining room table shoot on January 1 of this year. The issue also contained 3 other stories about projects I’m involved in: Message in a Bottle (page 12) , CoRK (page 14), and the Pop-up Galleries at […]

IPA Awards – 2011

My last submission of Straight and Twisted to the IPA won an Honorable Mention in the Professional Category – Trees. I remember agonizing over what category to use, Professional or Non-professional. I figured I’m a professional now so I went for it. This is a huge competition with hundreds of awards, so I’m careful not […]

White Oak Conservation Center – Arts and the Environment

45 miles north of Jacksonville, on border of Florida and Georgia along the St. Mary’s River, lay 7000 acres of pristine woodlands and fields. Housed on this compound is an amazing assortment of animals, studios, and a wildlife conservation center. This is White Oak, home to white rhinos, giraffes, okapis, cheetahs, and the Baryshnikov Dance Studio. I […]

Next Step Exhibition at Renaissance Gallery

I belong to a group of distinguished photographers called The Next Step who are selected alumni from John Paul Caponigro’s workshops. Several of us are participating in a group showing of work at various venues throughout the country. Our first opening was in Rockport, Maine at the Maine Media Workshops and our second was here, […]