• Swimming and Diving Exhibition

    Swimming and Diving Exhibition

    I am excited to announce the exhibition Swimming and Diving, a collaborative project with architect and artist Maria Chavez at Boise State University's Visual Arts Center. Swimming and Diving started with the discovery of a set of American Red Cross safety manuals. From a contemporary point of view, the contents of the manuals contained narrow representations of life-safety. Questions regarding the use of the instructions and imagery followed; if removed from their original context, in what ways could they be reinterpreted? This idea became the impetus for an installation centered on precaution, rescue, and human value. The installation confronts the subject matter in the manuals while exploring the physical relationship between the image and the object, movement and containment, and how a safety manual can be experienced in a physical space. 

    The opening reception for the exhibition is Thursday August 30th from 5-7pm in the Visual Arts Center - Gallery One (Liberal Arts Building 170) at Boise State University. The exhibition continues through October 29th, 2018 and Gallery Hours are M-Th 10am-5pm F 10am-2pm

  • Collages for Oprah Magazine

    Collages for Oprah Magazine

    Oprah Magazine recently invited me to create a series of collages for an article about the book "Jell-O Girls" by Allie Rowbottom. I used archival images from the Rowbottom family history along with vintage Jell-O adverdisements to create the work. You can read the article and see the images in the August issue on newstands now.  

  • American Splendour at Ilon Gallery in New York

    American Splendour at Ilon Gallery in New York

    I am excited to announce that two of my photographs are included in the exhibition American Splendour: New Photography at Ilon Art Gallery in New York. The exhibition was curated by Ruben Natal-San Miguel and judged by Jon Feinstein, David Rosenberg, Hannah Frieser, and Loni Efron. The exhibiton will be on view June 1st through July 12th. Visit for more information and a complete list of participating artists. 

  • Éditions L'héliotrope

    Éditions L'héliotrope

    L'Héliotrope has featured selections from my series Spread on their website Founded in 1999 by Frédéric Iovino & Pierre Rogeaux, the French organization L'heliotrope aims to spread and promote contemporary photography through publications, exhibitions and workshops. Check out their website to find more information about their work and be sure to check out all the great artists in their online portfolios section. 

  • Humble Arts Foundation + Out of Sight

    Humble Arts Foundation + Out of Sight

    Humble Arts Foundation shared a write up highlighting their favorite photographers seen in the Seattle Arts Fair and the Out of Sight exhibition this past weekend. I am flattered that my work was included in the article amongst some really great company. You can read the review by clicking here.

  • Out of Sight Seattle

    Out of Sight Seattle

    I am happy to share that my work will be included in the annual Out of Sight exhibition in Seattle, WA, August 3 - 27th. Out of Sight is an annual survey of contemporary art in the Pacific Northwest exhibited in the historic neighborhood Pioneer Square in Seattle, Washington. Running concurrent and adjacent to the Seattle Art Fair, it populates over 18,000 square feet hosting 109 artists and over 300 pieces and performances. The grand opening is August 3rd. Event schedule, artist list, and all information can be found on their website.

  • Exhibition in Chicago

    Exhibition in Chicago

    I have an exhibition of new work showing at Open House Contemporary in Chicago, IL. The exhibition will be on display May-September 2017 with an opening reception on May18th from 7-10pm. To learn more about Open House Contemporary visit their website at

  • Interview Magazine Germany

    Interview Magazine Germany

    Interview Magazine Germany recently did a feature/interview on me and my work. Thank you to Katja Horvat from Interview for inviting me to participate. You can read the interview over at