In July I was selected as a WonderRoot CSA artist for Season Four. This is a great program based on the model of agricultural CSAs, where you “subscribe” to receive boxes of vegetables… you never know exactly what will be in each box, but you know it will be fresh and locally-grown. In […]
Through my work I often seek to map unseen spaces and hidden connections, so after learning of the Quantified Self, a movement that incorporates technology to collect data on aspects of daily life, I became intrigued to find what I might discover from self-tracking. The vast quantities of information about us collected by the government, […]
I’m so pleased to be a nominee for this year’s Forward Arts Foundation Emerging Artist award. There are a great many extremely talented artists in Atlanta, and I know the competition will be tough. Simply being nonimated is a real honor, and I am glad to be considered.
I’m very honored to say that I was chosen by the New York Times Lens blog to partcipate in their New York Portfolio Review, held over April 13th and 14th. There were 160 available review spots, and over 2700 entries. I am humbled to have been accepted, and excited for the opportunity. I’ll be […]
I’m participating in The Imaginary Million tomorrow night—a celebration of Atlanta art and artists. Admission is free and open to the public, so don’t miss this spectacular effort on the part of WonderRoot, MOCA Ga, and The Zuckerman Museum. While only the submitting artists can bid on the work in this show, all of […]
I’ve finally loaded my video from W.M. Hunt’s talk in Asheville back in October. The video is long—nearly an hour—but it is really worth watching, and may be the best talk on photography I’ve ever had the pleasure of listening to. Many thanks to Castell Gallery for hosting Mr. Hunt.