A selection of Flood State images is currently on view at The Front, in Calamity Jane, a group show exploring imminent catastrophe, unexpected blows of fate, and female protagonists on trial. Curated by Lee Deigaard. Through Sept 2, 2018.
Flood State is featured as a web-gallery for the 2017 FotoSeptiembre festival.
Flood State, will be on view at Galeria Photo/Graphic, in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico from July 15 – August 15, 2017. Thanks to Aline Smithson for the LENSCRATCH feature on the new series.
Images from The Space Between are on view at Guthrie Contemporary through August, 2017.
Chin Music Press released an eBook of Hurricane Story. The digital version, beautifully translated by Tina Henderson, is enhanced with a few new features. The updated publication includes an audio interview by Susan Larson for WWNO’s The Reading Life, an afterword by Steven Maklansky, who was the photography curator at the New Orleans Museum of Art at the time of Katrina, and an animated map. It is available for purchase through Chin Music Press here.
Southern Glossary, a contemporary southern art and photography platform + semi-annual magazine, included several images from The Space Between in their third print issue. Here is an interview from June 2016 when I did a one week takeover of their Instagram account.
Soho Photo Gallery exhibited Hurricane Story in conjunction with their 18th annual Krappy Kamera exhibition. March 1 – April 2, 2016.
Ogden Museum of Southern Art – My work was included in The Rising, curated by Richard McCabe, an exhibition focusing on young and emerging photographers in New Orleans. May 23 – September 20, 2015.
Thanks to PDN for sharing my images in their Photo of the Day feature.
I was honored to be a Featured Artist during Rayko Photo Center’s 8th Annual International Juried Plastic Camera Show. A selection of sixteen silver prints from The Space Between were included in the exhibition. March 11 – May 3, 2015, in San Francisco.
All forty-six images from Hurricane Story were included in the Intersections of Gender and Place exhibition, featuring: Bethany Collins, Sandra Luckett, Jennifer Shaw and Katherine Taylor. Mississippi University for Women, October 18 – November 7, 2013.
The Baum Gallery of Art, University of Central Arkansas hosted a solo exhibition with selections from Nature/Nurture and Relics, Sept 5 – Oct 25, 2013.