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

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

Issues in Science and Technology

July 25, 2019

My photograph is the cover of the current issue of Issues in Science and Technology, the quarterly magazine of the National Academies of Science. There’s also a feature inside with a description and three images from my Walking in Antarctica traveling exhibition. The magazine is published both in print and online at https://issues.org/walking-in-antarctica/. If you’re … Read More

Adobe 99U: Working Remotely from Antarctica to Albania

April 7, 2019

Screenshot of article online at Adobe 99U website, which is illustrated with some of my photos, including the one shown here. Cover of the print edition of Issue 19 of Adobe 99U, which was available during Winter 2018/2019. I am one of three artists featured in an article in Adobe’s magazine for creatives, 99U. In … Read More

Abstraction at Large, Site: Brooklyn Gallery

April 2, 2018

Scalloped Sand, Lake Hoare, Antarctica will be on view in this group exhibition of abstract art in different media juried by art critic Eleanor Heartney. Reception: Weds. April 11, 6 to 9 p.m., on view through May 6. Site: Brooklyn Gallery is located at 165 7th Street in Brooklyn. Gallery hours: Thurs.-Sun. 1 to 6 … Read More