Hey L.A. Friends! ALONG THE COLORADO will be opening at the Diana Berger Gallery in Walnut, CA next Thursday. When this show originated at the Nevada Humanities Council in Las Vegas this summer, curator Sapira Cheuk included my recent aerial videos from Nevada and Arizona. This iteration will feature a bunch of my still photographs ...Read More
Huge thanks to LightHawk for getting me in the air again this weekend. I was able to photograph the Colorado River through its most remote (and beautiful) section, from Moab to Lake Powell. Photos will be added to “Draining the Colorado” shortly. Specific thanks to pilot extraordinaire Kelly who flew up from Taos for the ...Read More
My photograph of the Coachella Canal is featured on a billboard as part of #iamwater2022, a public art project hosted by @ecoartspace and @ourhumanitymatters. Nearly a dozen artworks are displayed on billboards around New York City, and mine can be seen over Empire Boulevard in Brooklyn, just a block east of Prospect Park and the ...Read More
I’m just back from three weeks in the high Arctic, and slowly dipping my toes back into my default world. I had the privilege of taking part in the Arctic Circle Residency with 27 other artists and researchers, as we traveled around Northwestern Svalbard aboard the tall ship Antigua. I am continuing work on my ...Read More
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.
“Welcome Home”, my project documenting campsites at Burning Man, is featured today on @lenscratch Thanks to @danielgeorgephoto for the thoughtful interview! Full project at www.welcomehome-brc.com
Selections from Draining the Colorado and The New Arctic are currently featured in the 8th DAEGU BIENNALE, in Daegu, South Korea, which runs through early November. Many of the exhibitions and works are centered on the growing environmental crises faced by communities worldwide, so it is an honor to have my work selected for exhibition ...Read More
I found myself back in Colorado a couple weeks ago and was able to spend some more time developing my growing portrait of the Colorado River and the communities that rely on it. This visit I spent some time tracing the river’s path along the hundred-mile stretch between Grand Lake and Dotsero.
After more than a year of staying close to home, it was terrific to get back to photographing in the Southwest. I’ve been traveling around Arizona and neighboring Nevada, as well as bits of California and Utah. While I was there, Lake Mead dropped to its lowest level on record, which seemed poetic, as I ...Read More
Over the last couple months my photography has taken a back seat to pressing efforts to make sure Pennsylvania voted for truth and science. I could not have done my part without the help of this persuasive little dog and Blip Billboards.