The Center for Fine Art Photography - The Mountain Stands Still - Solo Show

The Mountain Stands Still is at the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado. I am so grateful to have Hamidah Glasgow, curator and founder of the Center, invite me to share my work alongside a Group Show, Home. The exhibit will be up from November 11, 2016 - January 14, 2017 with a reception on Friday, December 2, 5:30-9:00pm.

(In)visible Exhibition

(In)visible is a group a group exhibition of contemporary portraiture, curated by Alec Kaus, and included photographs by Elle Olivia Andersen, Zora J Murff, Walker Pickering, Bryan Schutmaat, and Rana Young at the Prescott Gallery. It was an honor to be invited to be a part of this wonderful exhibit with so many talented artists. Prescott Gallery - Working under the umbrella of photography, these artists each employ the use of portraiture in their greater practices to examine themes of individuality and community. Elle Olivia Andersen uses photography to explore the culture and identity of the people who live in the American South. In his work, Zora J Murff examines anonymity, voyeurism, introspection, and loss through interpersonal relationships. Walker Pickering’s series Esprit de Corps explores the music, dedication, and sense of camaraderie that unites members of marching bands. In his series Grays the Mountain Sends, Bryan Schutmaat combines portraits, landscapes, and still lifes that explore the lives of working people residing in small mountain towns and mining communities in the American West. Rana Young’s images parallel the trajectory of circumstances within relationships while exploring themes of intimacy, voyeurism, and transition.

(In)visible will be open from February 5- 27, 2016 with a reception on February 6 from 5:00- 7:00pm. Gallery hours are Friday and Saturday from 11:00am-4:00pm.

Video courtesy of Alec Kaus.

Looking at Appalachia Exhibition

Looking at Appalachia has been making it’s way through several gallery spaces and venues this past wonderful year, as the Director, Roger May, has done a wonderful job both behind the scenes in culmination of the exhibit as well as hands on in everything from hanging and inviting an audience to look at the work. Bravo, Roger and everyone who is able to make this exhibit continue to travel far and wide and be seen by so many. I am lucky to have work included in such a collaborative project such as this, and look forward to seeing where it goes next! 

This exhibition is currently at Radford University from March 24 through May 5, 2016.

Video Courtesy of Roger May.

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