Annals of the Former World

Jökulsárlón, Iceland, 2018 Iceland’s famous diamond beach, near the Jökulsárlón glacial lagoon, was the result of chunks of ice calving off a melting glacier into the lagoon, drifting into the ocean, and then washing ashore on the black sand beach before they ultimately melted. Eventually all of Iceland’s glaciers retreated far enough that melting ice […]

Melt Down Exhibition Opens This Weekend

I’m honored to be included in the new Melt Down exhibition at the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA) in Rockland. The exhibition, curated by curator emeritus Bruce Brown, brings together ten Maine-based photographers who have photographed in the Arctic, Antarctic, or Iceland and that are concerned about climate change. The opening is this Saturday, […]

Santa Fe here I come…

Next week I’ll be in Santa Fe for the juried portfolio reviews at Review Santa Fe. I’m very much looking forward to this — this one has been a challenge for my work to resonate with the jury in past years, but apparently the eighth time is the charm! I look forward to getting comments […]

A Sense of Wonder Exhibition at Pascal Hall

I’m back from Iceland now (much more on that soon) and I’m very excited to announce a new solo exhibition coming up very soon — next week, in fact! “A Sense of Wonder” includes a wide variety of my work (really, some of almost everything, including Iceland prints fresh off the printer). The exhibition will be […]

Cosmos Exhibition at PhoPa Gallery

I’m incredibly excited about my upcoming exhibition at Portland’s PhoPa Gallery that opens next week. The exhibition, entitled Cosmos, will have over twenty framed pieces from multiple of my bodies of work. The exhibition goes from June 13th through July 28th, with an opening reception on Thursday, June 14th, from 5-7 pm. I’ll give an […]

Carver Hill Exhibition Opens This Friday

I have 11 pieces from my Codex Natura and East of the Sun, West of the Moon projects in the upcoming exhibit at the Carver Hill Gallery in Rockland, ME. The opening reception is this Friday, June 2nd, from 5-8 pm, and the exhibition extends through June. Hope to see you at the exhibition!