postcard - Calamity Jane exhibition at The Front, New Orleans

Calamity Jane at The Front

A selection of Flood State images is currently on view at The Front, in Calamity Jane, a group show curated by Lee Deigaard exploring imminent catastrophe, unexpected blows of fate, and female protagonists on trial. Featuring: Lee Deigaard, Rachel Jones…

Southern Glossary #3 | Winter 2017

Southern Glossary

Southern Glossary, a contemporary southern art and photography platform + semi-annual magazine, edited by Ryan Sparks,  included several images from The Space Between in their third print issue. Here is an interview from June 2016 when I did a one…


“Her new project, Flood State, speaks to a life of uncertainty in a region where water levels are rising and each storm brings worry and concern for the future. The work is at once playful and profound, allowing the viewer…

red truck: from Hurricane Story, a series of Holga images about Hurricane Katrina

Soho Photo Gallery

Soho Photo Gallery features Hurricane Story as a solo exhibition in conjunction with their 18th annual Krappy Kamera exhibition, from March 1 – April 2, 2016. Located in lower Manhattan, Soho Photo Gallery is New York City’s longest running co-operative photography…

basketball hoop on sycamore tree

Guthrie Contemporary

In conjunction with the SPE National Conference in New Orleans, Guthrie Contemporary will exhibit images from The Space Between. The show opens on Saturday, March 7  and there will be a gallery talk on Sunday, March 15.  

Hurricane Story Cover - Chin Music Press


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…

The Rising at the Ogden Museum

I’m honored to be included in The Rising, a group exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art Curated by Richard McCabe, The Rising celebrates the renewal and re-birth of  New Orleans ten years after one of the worst disasters…

Intersections of Gender and Place

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.