Mariners’ Museum Exhibit “Liquid Light” in Virginia Aug 22 -Jan 31August 15th, 2015

“Liquid Light: Photography Beneath the Sea,” an exhibit of  black and white mostly underwater photography, will open at the Mariners’ Museum in Newport News, Virgina on August 21st.  The exhibit features the “Monterey Marine Portfolio” which was curated by Jeanne Falk Adams and sold to the Museum, and which contains prints from 9 photographers.  I’m honored that 8 of my prints are part of this exhibit and collection. The show also features Ernest Brooks II, an early founder of b/w underwater photography. Chuck Davis and I will be leading tours on opening day!  This is a fantastic exhibit depicting the ocean in all its emotions. The show closes January 31st.  Learn more by clicking below.

Show at Green Chalk Contemporary gallery in MontereyJune 16th, 2015

Independent Presence opened June 13 at the Green Chalk Contemporary gallery in Monterey, California. The exhibit consists of work from six artists from the Monterey area, all members of the Salon Jane, a group which meets regularly to share their artwork.  I have four pieces in this show, all from the Surfacing series, and all using the lith process in the darkroom.  The show will be open until August 8 with many events planned.  Check the website for more information.  This is an exhibit which explores the work of artists trained in the local West Coast photography tradition, who are moving ahead with more experimental work.

Interview in Rfotofolio BlogApril 9th, 2015

I’m honored to be featured in the Blog, a photography site.  Here is their statement about their non-profit organization…

“Rfotofolio was founded to give photographers access to a larger audience, and to educate the public about all types of photography through our sites, exhibitions, interviews, and articles.We hope to educate the public and the community of photographers with our published articles on the great influential photographers, founders, and innovators of photography. Rfotofolio supports the work of artists who are struggling to make a living through photography or who are using photography for the social good.”

Check out the interview by clicking the image below: