This week you can see my aerial image of Morgan State University’s academic quad published in the Chronicle of Higher Education. It’s a commission for a great story about the efforts among HBCUs to attain R1 status as research universities.
I’m excited that my 2019 photo of the Imperial Dam is included in the ecoartspace fall 2020 online+billboards show, “ecoconsciousness” juried by Eleanor Heartney. It’s a great group of artists, and the catalog looks like it will be beautiful as well.
Happy Birthday to me! Kat Kiernan of DON’T TAKE PICTURES is unwittingly celebrating my birthday by including several of my aerial photographs in her write-up of last month’s Portfolio Reviews at the Denver Month of Photography. It was great to meet Kat there, along with several other fantastic industry professionals, including Mary Virginia Swanson, and ...Read More
Fraction Magazine is featuring a portfolio of my aerial work in their 117th issue, which went live today. 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.