NOTE: This website is in progress and many
 more pre-2020 images will be added into each portfolio.



Publications 2020

Don't Take Pictures, Photo of the Day, online, 11-3-20 · View


Lanterns in Trees, Montreal, Canada


Exhibitions 2020

November 26 - December 26 · Portals: Windows, Mirrors, and Doors, juror Elizabeth Avedon, Honorable Mention, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont · View · View2 · Elizabeth Avedon Journal 10-26-20


Between Gardens, Levens Hall, England

August 7 - 29 · Light, juror Christa Dix, SE Center for Photography, Greenville, South Carolina · View · Video


Mirrors and Chandeliers, Toulouse, France

July 2 - 25 · Water: Element of Change, online, juror Hannah Frieser, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont · View


Tethered Swan, Hakone, Japan


Travel
September 2017

Spent time and photographed at Lacock Abbey, England, the home of William Henry Fox Talbot. In 1835 he invented the first repeatable (negative to positive) photographic method, which he later improved and named calotype.


Lacock Abbey, England

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NOTE: This website is in progress and many
 more pre-2020 images will be added into each portfolio.



Publications 2020

Don't Take Pictures, Photo of the Day, online, 11-3-20 · View


Lanterns in Trees, Montreal, Canada


Exhibitions 2020

November 26 - December 26 · Portals: Windows, Mirrors, and Doors, juror Elizabeth Avedon, Honorable Mention, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont · View · View2 · Elizabeth Avedon Journal 10-26-20


Between Gardens, Levens Hall, England

August 7 - 29 · Light, juror Christa Dix, SE Center for Photography, Greenville, South Carolina · View · Video


Mirrors and Chandeliers, Toulouse, France

July 2 - 25 · Water: Element of Change, online, juror Hannah Frieser, PhotoPlace Gallery, Middlebury, Vermont · View


Tethered Swan, Hakone, Japan


Travel
September 2017

Spent time and photographed at Lacock Abbey, England, the home of William Henry Fox Talbot. In 1835 he invented the first repeatable (negative to positive) photographic method, which he later improved and named calotype.


Lacock Abbey, England

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