In chronological order.
Exhibits as photographer:
March -May 2017 – Glen Echo Photoworks, New Orleans Photo Alliance, Dylan Ellis Gallery AltPhoto Revolution – juried exhibition. Bob Carnie, Gallery Director Dylan Ellis Gallery, Toronto, curator
October 22 – November 12, 2016 – Low Gallery, San Diego California Size Matters Juried exhibit, Allie Haeusslein, Associate Director Pier 24 Photography, Curator
April – May 2014 – River Road Unitarian Church, Bethesda, Maryland Silver Visions group exhibition
December, 2013 – Eastern Sierra Center for Photography Paradigmatic Nudes – juried exhibit, Laura Campbell, Eastern Sierra Center for Photography director, Curator
November, 2013 – Eastern Sierra Center for Photography Motel – juried exhibit, Laura Campbell, Eastern Sierra Center for Photography director, Curator
August – September 2013 – Mad Momo’s, Washington DC The Colors of Night – solo exhibition
May – June 2013 ArtDC Gallery, Hyattsville, MD The Chemical View – juried exhibit, Jesse Cohen, ArtDC Gallery Director, curator
January – March 2013 Photoworks, Glen Echo, MD Signatures – group exhibition
April – May 2012 Photoworks, Glen Echo, MD Alternative Visions – group exhibition
2012, 2009, 2007, 2004, 2002 Artomatic, Crystal City, VA – group show *
2007 – ViewPoint Gallery, Sacramento, CA Visual Edge 3 – Handcrafted – juried exhibition
1998 – PlayHouse Gallery, Baltimore, MD Men at Play – a Revue – solo exhibition
1996 – Baltimore, MD SoWeBo Festival – group exhibition
1995 – Baltimore, MD The Meat Ball – group exhibition
1994 – Baltimore, MD Around the World in a Day – group exhibition
* Artomatic is a rather unique entity – it is a massive art exhibit of all media, two-dimensional and three-dimensional, including music, dance, cinema and performance art, organized by artists for artists. It runs for four to five weeks in a repurposed space, usually a commercial building between tenants. The first Artomatic in 1999 was held in an old industrial laundry, thus the name, and had roughly 100 artists participating. Today it has grown to over 1000 artists and 200 performances. Each artist has approximately 12 linear feet of wall to curate as they see fit, so hanging a display at Artomatic is very much akin to producing a solo show in terms of level of effort.
March-April 2016 – Photoworks, Glen Echo, MD Rendering The Spirit – alternative process photography. Artists represented: Atalie Day Brown (tintype), Barbara Maloney (polymer photogravure), Bruce Schultz (salt prints), Dan Schlapbach (relievo-ambrotype), Erik Larsen (gum-over palladium), Eddie Hirschfield (hand-colored hand-coated silver gelatin), Hendrik Faure (copperplate photogravure), Ian Leake (platinum), John Sarsgard (palladium), Leena Jayaswal (lumen prints), Marek Matusz (palladium), Yugo Ito (ambrotype).
August-September 2010 – Art Reactor, Hyattsville, MD – The Whole Plate Project – alternative process photographs made in the whole plate format. Artists represented: Quinn Jacobson (tintype), Denise Ross (hand-coated silver gelatin), Chris Rini (cyanotype), Diane Maher (palladium prints) , Heather Wetzel (ambrotype), Barry Schmetter (tintype), David William White (silver gelatin).
July, 2017 Medium Festival of Photography, San Diego, California – my entry from the 2016 Size Matters show included in promotions for the 2017 Size Matters call for entries.
June, 2017 Hallowed Ground: The Journal of the Civil War Trust – portrait of Ed Bearss, the chief historian emeritus of the United States Park Service to illustrate 30 Years of Battlefield Preservation, an article highlighting three major figures in the fight to save our Civil War heritage.
January, 2017 – I Saw Through a Pinhole – a curated volume of photographs made with a pinhole, combined with essays from each represented photographer about how and why they use the pinhole camera as a medium.
July, 2016 – Fslashd.com – weekly inspiration image feature
September, 2014 – Art In America – full page advertisement for Art Silicon Valley/San Francisco art fair.
June, 2013 – Metalsmith – two page layout of Enlightenment Room, an installation piece at the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian Institution as part of their “Craft Futures: 40 under 40” curated exhibition.
May, 2006 – Metropolitan Home – three page layout featuring the Thai-inspired design of a private patio on Embassy Row in Washington DC