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, […]

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 […]

Facebook B&W Challenge

I spend my fair share of time on Facebook and try to keep my activity minimal, with a few posts of new work and events. Facebook is a great way to keep in touch, but I find myself wasting a lot of time just getting trough all the posts, most of which are totally useless. […]

Mounting big prints

I’m beginning to print some of my Forest re:Framed big tree scrolls and needed to figure out a way to mount the print for display. Push pins to the wall isn’t going to get this into a gallery. I had an idea to use 20″ aluminum roof sheathing as the substrate so that it could […]

PhotoJAX at CoRK

Last night the second annual PhotoJAX photography festival had a reception at CoRK. We had lots of people coming through the studio and I appreciate all the nice comments I received on my space and some new work. I made a decision to print some of my large panoramas from our trip to the Canyonlands, […]