Paso Robles Exhibit features Cal Poly ArtistsMarch 5th, 2015

I am honored to be included in a small group show featuring alumni, faculty and students of California Polytechnic State University.  As a Cal Poly Engineering major, I learned the darkroom process for the first time in a recreational class when I was a freshman.  The “learn by doing” philosophy of the school encouraged me to try my hand in many artistic processes.  Several other visual artists share the space in a wonderful gallery, Studios on the Park in Paso Robles, California, through the month of March.

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Art Intersection Juried Show in PhoenixMarch 5th, 2015

Juror Robert Hirsch has chosen “Ladder and Boat” as part of the Art Intersection “Light Sensitive” Juried show.  Hirsch is a handmade photo guru, and selected only handmade prints for the annual exhibit.  Ladder and Boat, from the Surfacing series, was made from a gelatin silver print which was copper-bleached then re-developed in lith developer. Art Intersection “celebrates the art of creating handmade images using traditional photographic print making processes,” and will open the exhibit March 7th, 2015.








Center for Photographic Art Intl Juried Portfolio CompetitionFebruary 4th, 2015

My image “Sandscape” has been chosen to be part of the Center for Photographic Art’s Juried Portfolio Exhibition.  Another image, “Dunes II” was selected for the Web Gallery.  The juror, Douglas Marshall from the Peter Fetterman Gallery in Santa Monica,  reviewed hundreds of images from full portfolio submissions.  The show is now on the walls in Carmel, and will be up until February 28th.  The CPA is selling a very nice catalog of the winning selected images. When I spoke to the juror, he remarked that my image “haunted him.”  Click on the image to see the web gallery.