Chasing Waterfalls in Brooklyn

Chasing Waterfalls in Brooklyn

June 29, 2021

I Am Water Billboard Exhibition One of my photos is now installed in the “I Am Water” outdoor billboard exhibition in the East Williamsburg-Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn. Given the subject matter, it seems almost too literal that it’s at the intersection of Forrest Street and Flushing Avenue (134 Forrest St. to be exact). The photograph shows a … Read More

Article in Yale Climate Connections

Article in Yale Climate Connections

June 7, 2021

Science and conservation journalist Kristen Pope interviewed me for her recent article Artists chronicle climate change in the Arctic and Antarctic, in Yale Climate Connections. Read it here. Pope also discusses  the Antarctic Artists and Writers Collective, of which I am a founding member and talked with the curator of our online exhibition Adequate Earth: Artists and Writers in … Read More

Adequate Earth: Artists and Writers in Antarctica • Jan. 28-May 22, 2021

Adequate Earth: Artists and Writers in Antarctica • Jan. 28-May 22, 2021

January 17, 2021

On January 28, 2021, the Antarctic Artists and Writers Collective launches its first online exhibition, Adequate Earth: Artists and Writers in Antarctica, which features works by 13 former participants of the National Science Foundation’s Antarctic Artists and Writers Program (AAWP). The exhibition runs through May 22, 2021, and will be accompanied by a series of … Read More

Announcing the Antarctic Artists & Writers Collective

Announcing the Antarctic Artists & Writers Collective

December 15, 2020

One major bright spot during the pandemic of 2020 has been working with a dynamic group of artists, musicians, and writers to launch a new organization: the Antarctic Artists and Writers Collective. The process began on Labor Day Weekend, September 2019, when 13 past participants of the National Science Foundation Antarctic Artists and Writers Program, … Read More

May we have A Show of Hands?

May we have A Show of Hands?

December 3, 2020

This is one of the 50 photographs in the online exhibition A Show of Hands on the website of the photography magazine Don’t Take Pictures, on view now through February 23, 2021. I photographed this exhibit in the Kangerlussuaq Museum on my trip to Greenland in 2018. Here’s a handy (ahem) direct link to the … Read More

Out of Order Fundraiser for Maryland Art Place: July 16-23, 2020

Out of Order Fundraiser for Maryland Art Place: July 16-23, 2020

July 14, 2020

Bidding on Marble Steps, Harlem Park (shown above) opens at 10 a.m., Thursday, July 16, in the annual Out of Order auction for Maryland Art Place (MAP). Marble steps are an iconic image of Baltimore. In the photograph above, a Paulownia tree has aggressively asserted itself with sufficient force to lift chunks of marble and … Read More

Tree Talk: Thursday, July 30, 1 pm ET

Tree Talk: Thursday, July 30, 1 pm ET

July 14, 2020

I am among five artists participating in this ZOOM presentation and will be presenting works from my ongoing photographic series of the Asian fig trees that are widely planted along neighborhood streets in Los Angeles and other cities on California’s Central Coast. The one I call Big Bird (archival pigment print, 36 x 31 inches) … Read More

Antarctica Archive at Center for Art + Environment

Antarctica Archive at Center for Art + Environment

May 20, 2020

Update, August 5, 2020: Installed in January 2020 and extended through January 3, 2021, is a display from my Antarctica archive at the Nevada Museum of Art’s Center for Art + Environment in Reno. The museum reopened in June after being closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, but it is advisable to check with them in … Read More

Antarctic Scans Help Create a Frozen Planet

Antarctic Scans Help Create a Frozen Planet

May 20, 2020

Some of my 3D scans of Antarctic icebergs and glaciers, including the very same Canada Glacier scan that I made into the sculpture that the Nevada Art Museum bought, were incorporated into scenes that take place on an icy planet in The Beacon, a science fiction short film (screenshot above). Los Angeles filmmaker Chris Staehler found them through … Read More