Hello friends! I hope everyone is enjoying the extra daylight and the promise of spring.
Just a quick update today with two events I’m participating in in March. The first is “30 Under 30,” an exhibition of 30 local-ish artists under the age of 30. The exhibition was juried by Katherine French, Executive Director of the Danforth Museum, and opens this coming Thursday, March 13th, from 5:30-7:30. Most, if not all, of the participating artists will be there, so come say hi!
Second, I have donated two photographs to the Monserrat College of Art auction, Artrageous!28, to be held on Saturday, March 29th at 6pm. Proceeds from the event go support financial aid awards for students, which I’m thrilled to help fund. There will be over 200 pieces of work for auction, lovely food and beverages, and a fantastic crowd, so I do hope you make the trek up to Beverly on the 29th for an enjoyable evening of art and celebration!
Over the last two months I also took advantage of the break between my classes to do a bit of shooting towards a new project. I’m keeping most of the work private until the project is complete, but I wanted to share two of the new images with you. I also rediscovered an old image from 2008, and you can see all three below. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the work in the comments!
Untitled 32, 2013:
Untitled 35, 2013:
Untitled 8, 2008:
I hope to have more news and photos for you all shortly!
Hello friends! Quick update for you as a few things are going on:
The PRC is offering an auction after-sale, so you have another chance to buy a framed print of mine, supporting me AND the PRC at the same time. Click the photo below if you’re interested!
Voltage Coffee and Art in Kendall Square will be showing one piece of mine in their all-photo spectacular, Bring Back the Shot. The show runs October 29th – December 12, and the opening is next Friday, November 2nd, from 7p-10p. Coffee, wine, and snacks! Definitely check it out if you can. More deets here.
I have been volunteering with the Photographic Resource Center (PRC) at Boston University since last October, and have greatly enjoyed the various events and opportunities they offer. The organization truly is one of the best resources for photographers in New England. I was very excited to have the opportunity to share my work at one of their peer-review nights last Thursday. Lisa Kessler, a professor at Endicott College, hosted the night in which I, Leslie Jardine, Barbara Trachtenberg, Paris Visone, and Ryan McMahon shared our work. The conversation was lively, and the work shared showed a wide breadth of photographic interests and the stellar quality of work happening in the Boston area.
Click the image below to see more photos from the event!