Effective July 1, I’ll be stepping down from my position as MICA’s Associate Dean of Design and Media. It’s been an exciting seven years, but I’m ready to be back in the classroom with students, and excited to have more time for my own work. To that end, I’ll be spending the next year on ...Read More
This photograph of Expedition Everest, at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, just won the juror’s award for “Reflections Thru The Lens”, curated by Byron Wolfe at the Wayne Art Center. When faced with an elaborately manufactured landscape, I just can’t help myself…
I’m proud and honored to be in the company of Lynne Parks, Matthew Moore, Ben Marcin, Stephen Towns, Lu Zhang, Annet Couwenberg, Ginevra Shay, Kei Ito, and so many other talented artists, as a winner of a Maryland State Arts Council 2018 Individual Artist Award! So happy to be a part of all this creative ...Read More
This aerial image of Las Vegas is currently featured in the “Water” exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins. If you’re in the area, please come by to check it out!
“Palm Jumeirah, U.A.E.” is on exhibit at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport for the next six months. It’s really big! If you’re traveling through Baltimore, check it out.
“The Boomtown that Shouldn’t Exist”, in the current issue of Politico features a terrific history documenting the development of Cape Coral, Florida. Several of my aerial images of the city are featured.
I’ll be presenting my work at the Society for Photographic Education’s Midwest conference in Peoria next week. “Developing Spaces / Places” looks like it will be an amazing gathering. My talk is Saturday at 9am.
I’ll be giving a public lecture about my work at Adelphi University in Garden City, NY on Tuesday, November 1 at 4pm. It’s an easy LIRR trip from Manhattan!
In today’s print version of the Guardian, “The Observer” features a brief interview about making the aerial photos of Utah’s Intrepid Potash Mine. Here’s a link to the online post.
Steven Thrasher has written a terrific piece in today’s Guardian, entitled “Burning Man’s Black Campers Explain why they are the 1%”. I had the pleasure of photographing several of his subjects, for inclusion in the story.