I recently was given the opportunity to publish images of Virgin Mary shrines in Strongbox Magazine, a fabulous, free online photography magazine. It was rewarding to revisit these images, as I hadn’t really looked at them as a collected whole in a long time and I am pleased with the edit I came up with. Go check it out. Tell all your friends! (Life moves on here, day by day. I am immersed in other projects outside of photography right now. When the weather clears up and I am working... Read the Rest →
My image One Hundred and Seventy Seven Vintage Bone Buttons illustrated two short stories by Barbara Fried in Guernica Magazine this week.
My favorite tree from the PA State Gamelands, the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant. Units 1&2, the series of the cooling towers from the Limerick Nuclear Power Plant, will be featured at the New Vox Gallery in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. The show will be two parts; a series of postcards featuring every single one of the images will be put out into southeastern Pennsylvania in July and a selection of the images as large prints will be hung in November, as part of the Invision Photography Festival. Tweet
Three of my photographs from the Confessions of an Obsessive Compulsive series will be hanging at climate/gallery’s Focal_Resolution-1 show in Long Island City, NY. It opens January 9th. If you are in the area, go and tell me how they look, please. Tweet
Way back in January, 10 images from my portfolio Coal Hunkie and a large lump of anthracite coal were selected to be featured in a collection of work that deals with the effects of mining in contemporary life. In March, funding was provided to put together a catalogue of the show. I was honored to find out that my first show was going to published in a catalogue. I am excited to finally get some pages up here, considering I got the books way back in July. Tweet