For Collectors & Decorators: Art in Interiors This selection of my photographs and wall reliefs show how they can be integrated into home and office interior settings. All of the works shown here are available for sale. The photographs all are limited edition prints that are available at small, medium and large sizes. The relief … Read More
An immersive, interdisciplinary project bringing together photography, sculpture, and audio narrative Walking in Antarctica takes the viewer on a journey through an extraordinary environment that few people ever visit — over frozen lakes, around towering glaciers and baroque sea ice formations, into a magnificent frozen ice cave, across fields of surreal boulders, and through a … Read More
Large Scale Photographs in Airport Setting Two photographs taken inside the Erebus Ice Tongue cave in Antarctica were selected by a panel of arts professionals as part of a series of temporary exhibitions by Maryland artists in the D/E Concourse at Baltimore-Washington International Marshall Airport. Enlarged to 7 x 10 feet, they have been on … Read More
Kangerlussuaq: Landscape and Identity in a Changing Arctic This project explores the highly unusual geopolitical history of the remote Arctic town of Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, as it faces a postcolonial future and the impact of global climate change. One objective is to produce a photo book showing manifestations of the past 80 years of human interaction … Read More
A National Science Foundation Urban Ecology Research StudyThe photographs and sculpture shown here come from a yearlong residency as the Baltimore Ecosystem Study (BES) artist-in-residence for 2014-15. The BES is part of a network of 28 long-term ecological research (LTER) sites funded by the National Science Foundation, and one of only two LTER sites to … Read More
Photographs & Sculpture Clouds reveal the ever-changing shapes of air currents constantly flowing around us, which are usually beneath our awareness. Photography became my primary vehicle for exploring the temporary spatial structures in the sky. Searching for an even better way to communicate this deeper understanding to others, in 2009 I started hand-coloring parts of … Read More
An ongoing series of photographs and 3D scans of Los Angeles’ Indian laurel fig trees, exploring the interaction between trees and people in the urban environment See images below and more information about the series.