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.
The Natural, the Material, and the Physical: Landscape Through the Photographic Eye opens this Thursday at the Open Lens Gallery in Philadelphia. Several of my photographs are included, along with those from other photographers exploring the relationships between the organic landscape and human infrastructure. The exhibition runs from January 22 through March 29. Here’s the ...Read More
Two of my images are included in Being Here and There, on view at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History, from November 22, 2014 through January 10, 2015. It’s an amazing show featuring landscape photography from all over Southern California. Check it out if you’re in the area! Click here for the link for ...Read More
I’ll be teaching an intensive Aerial Photography workshop this October 16-18 at the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops. The class will cover the technical, aesthetic, logistical, and safety issues encountered when photographing from small planes. Every student will get at least two flights over the Santa Fe region, as well as attentive printing time and critiques ...Read More
I’ll be moderating a panel at this year’s Society for Photographic Education national conference. The topic is “Teaching Collaboration: What Photography Can Learn from Other Media” and it will take place on Thursday, March 6 at 10:30am at the Downtown Baltimore Hilton. If you’re attending SPE, please come by and take part in this open ...Read More
I just got back from a quick but exciting trip to Lincoln, Nebraska, where I attended the reception for my solo show at the Workspace Gallery, and gave a lecture and portfolio reviews at UNL. Thanks to Dana Fritz and Larry Gawel for bringing me out, and for their wonderful hospitality while I was there. ...Read More
American Photography Today Towson University Gallery of Art, Towson, Maryland February 7 – April 5, 2014 Reception: Thursday, February 6, 7:30pm
Look Now: Photographs by MICA Photography Faculty MICA Pinkard Gallery / Maryland Institute College of Art January 31 – March 16, 2014 Reception: Thursday, February 6 5-7pm
Alexander Heilner: Aerial Lanscsapes: Workspace Gallery Solo Exhibition 440 N. 8th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska January 3 – February 27, 2014 Reception and Artist Talk: Friday, February 7 6-8pm