One year ago I toured the nuclear waste clean-up sites at the Idaho National Laboratory near Arco, Idaho with a group of artists. Following the tour, the group processed the experience while creating new work for the exhibition Holding What Can’t Be Held. The exhibition opens Saturday September 14th at Ming Studios in Boise, Idaho. The exhibiting artist’s include Irina Novarese, Kristen Cooper, Uli Westphal, New Catalogue (Jonathan Sadler & Luke Batten), Astri Snodgrass, Bryan Moore, Candace Rood, Alek De Dochas, Tim Andreae, and myself.
August 12th 2019,
I recently accepted the position of Assistant Professor of Photography in the Patti and Rusty Rueff School of Design, Art, and Performance at Purdue University. I am proud to be joining an institution with such a rich history of innovation. With research that has led us around the world and into space, Purdue continues to hold excellent faculty and I am looking forward to working with such great people.
May 28th 2019,
I am excited to share that I have been awarded a grant from the Alexa Rose Foundation. I’ll be using the funds to maintain a Boise studio at the Gem Center for the Arts where I’ll be testing new work and continuing my collaborations with Maria Chavez.
March 20th 2019,
La Monnaie, the Brussels Royal Opera House is using my work for the promotion of the opera production “Les Silence des Ombres.” the production will run in the 2019 - 2020 seasons opnening September 2019. Visit lamonnaie.be for more information and to purchase tickets.
February 26th 2019,
My work was recently published in Found Footage Magazine, a film studies journal devoted to the dissemination of found footage and collage cinema. Visit foundfootagemagazine.com for more information and to purchase issues of the journal.