I enjoyed talking with the advanced photo students at McClatchy HS in Sacramento today. It reminded me yet again of all the amazing work high school teachers everywhere are doing to keep everyone learning remotely! Thanks to Aimee Thibedau for inviting me.
My photograph of this sports park in Aurora, Colorado won a commendation in the 2020 Siena International Photo Awards. It will be on view in Siena, Italy as part of “Above Us Only Sky” from October 24 through November 29.
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.
Today, Burning Man featured “Welcome Home” – my project documenting the back roads of Black Rock City – on their Instagram feed. It’s an honor to be able to share this work with the larger Burning Man community for the first time.
My image, “Anaheim, California” is included in the current exhibition, In Relation To The Land, at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins. This landscape is one of many from my growing Synthetic Truths series, which explores artificial places and spaces.
Black Spire Outpost – the new Galaxy’s Edge area of Disneyland – is hands down the most comprehensive and fully immersive “land” I’ve ever experienced at a theme park – or really in any “designed” space. After four hours there last Friday, walking back to Frontierland felt like returning to the “normal world”. The craftsmanship ...Read More
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
Thanks to Bill Fox, this week I’m at the Center for Art + Environment, doing some research for future projects. This institution, housed within the Nevada Museum of Art is a phenomenal resource for anyone making or studying land art; environmental photography or sculpture; aerial imaging; Burning Man… It feels like home! Also, it’s a ...Read More
Fraction Magazine is featuring a portfolio of my aerial work in their 117th issue, which went live today. Check it out!
I just returned from Review Santa Fe, which was an amazing, if brief trip. I made a lot of good connections with publishers, curators, and some amazing fellow photographers. I had some very productive conversations about potential book projects, as well as some exhibition opportunities which may come up very soon. Stay tuned!