My Antarctica series was the subject of a detailed article by Cara Giaimo on the international travel, adventure and all-round compendium of offbeat curiosities website Atlas Obscura as part of The Year in Wonder series. Titled "The Artist Shrinking Antarctica's Glaciers," it focuses on my process of creating the 3D models of the Antarctic landscape. As a longtime fan of Atlas Obscura, which "celebrates a different way of looking at the world," I'm excited to be featured — read it here.

In case you missed it, I was interviewed by Sheilah Kast for her show On the Record on Baltimore's NPR affiliate, WYPR 881. FM on December 1st. She's a seasoned pro and the 15-minute interview packs in a lot of information — listen to archived interview online.

The show was also covered by the Baltimore Jewish Times, Baltimore Beacon and Baltimore Fishbowl and featured in Baltimore Style and Baltimore Magazine. Links to the articles here.

Still on View in NYC...
I have a photograph in Science Inspires Art: OCEAN, the 19th International art-science juried exhibition organized by Art & Science Collaborations, Inc., on view through Feb. 25, 2018. See images, artist statements, and other information about the show at ASCI's website.

Still on View at BWI...
If you are flying through BWI Airport via United, Delta, Spirit, Jet Blue, Air Canada, or an international airline, look for the 7 x 10 foot Antarctica ice cave photo in the D/E Corridor. The current photo is Cloudburst. A new display should be going up sometime in the next few months featuring another ice cave photo, Fractal Arch.

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