I'm thrilled to announce the thesis exhibition for my MFA cohort, which will be on view at Joseloff Gallery in Hartford, CT this August. Details below!


2018 Thesis Exhibition
International Low-Residency MFA Photography Program, University of Hartford

“Sustained Pause” is a group exhibition presenting the work of twelve photographers, all from the 2018 graduating class of the International Low Residency MFA in Photography at the Hartford Art School - University of Hartford. The exhibition draws together a diverse range of approaches to the medium and its attendant subject matter, collectively demonstrating the abundance of our visual world in its varying states of wonderment, perplexity, and joy. The show will feature an array of portraiture engaged with the complexities of aging, trauma, and interpersonal relationships, along with work that shifts its focus to the natural world and our sometimes fraught relationship to it. Other artists included in the show move toward photography’s boundaries, employing it as a means of extending the formal practices of sculpture and essay-writing. Also on display will be a collection of book publications produced by the artists.

“Sustained Pause” features works by Victor Alcantara, Jaclyn Brown, Mat Brutger, Paul Cohen, Alan Huck, Molly Peters, Stuart Richardson, Rick Schatzberg, Marshall Schuettle, Ernesto Solana, Antonis Theodoridis, and Alex Christopher Williams.

On view:
August 6-11
Gallery hours: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm daily
Joseloff Gallery, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117

August 10th, 7:00 - 9:00 pm
Joseloff Gallery, 200 Bloomfield Avenue, West Hartford, CT 06117

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Poster image credit: Paul Cohen


As To Be Inaudible: Exhibition in Berlin

I'm excited to share that my MFA cohort has a group exhibition in Berlin at the C/O Berlin Education Center, curated by Jörg Colberg, opening on May 18. The title originates from the final line of "Mr. Cogito - Notes from the House of the Dead" by Polish poet Zbigniew Herbert.

 Poster and installation images credit: Jaclyn Kolev Brown

Poster and installation images credit: Jaclyn Kolev Brown

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Lenscratch Exhibition: Women's March

I'm proud to have two photographs I made at the Women's March in Los Angeles included in the Lenscratch online exhibition "2017 Women's March," in good company with many friends and colleagues. Check out the entire exhibition here.

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"Awakenings" Exhibition at Photo LA

Two of my photographs, from "The Town that Time Forgot" and "Viaggio," are included in the 2016 ASMP group exhibition at Photo LA, "Awakenings." Please stop by and check it out!