•I’m happy to have been in the exhibition Photography Sees the Surface, curated by Aspen Mays and reviewed in the New Yorker. The exhibition was at Higher Pictures Gallery in New York, NY.

Karen Irvine of the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago has selected my work for the 2016 FotoFest Biennial Discoveries of the Meeting Place exhibition. Work from Littoral Drift will be exhibited in March 2016 in Houston, Texas.

•The Fleishhacker Foundation has generously awarded support for my upcoming exhibition at San Francisco Camerawork. The exhibition will open in the winter; details to come in the fall.
•Many thanks to Fredric Koeppel for this fantastic review of Imaging Now: Collected Visions in The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, TN.

•I’m thrilled to be in the exhibition Imaging Now: Collected Visions at the Memphis College of Art’s Hyde Gallery, curated by Dani Cattan and including artists Haley Morris-Cafiero, Galina Kurlat, Whit Forrester, Claire Gilliam, Jean Miele, and Saul Robbins.

Exhibition Dates: March 11 – April 4

Reception: Friday, March 27th from 6-9pm

•Work from Littoral Drift and Instar is featured on Lenscratch, a journal created by Aline Smithson that focuses on contemporary photography.

•I’m excited to be speaking in the California College of the Arts Photography Lecture Series.

March 10, 11am-12pm, free and open to the public

•I am so honored to have been awarded Juror’s Selection by Chantel Paul and Honorable Mention by Hamidah Glasgow in The Center for Fine Art Photography‘s upcoming Landscape exhibition. The exhibition will run June 5-July 18, with an opening reception June 5, 6-9pm.

•I’m honored that I was selected by Critical Mass as a Top 50 Photographer. This international award is given by a panel of 200 jurors and includes an exhibition at GuatePhoto festival, curated by Center for Creative Photography Curator Rebecca Senf.

•My artist’s book Eluvium was on view at the High Museum in Atlanta, GA in The Invented Image exhibition, which ran July 29-late December 2014. The exhibition marked the opening of the Lucinda Weil Bunnen Gallery for Photography, and focused on experimental photography in the High’s collection.Other artists include Dawoud Bey, Christopher Bucklow, Harry Callahan, David Hockney, Barbara Kasten, Vik Muniz, Hiroshi Sugimoto, and more.

•I have been awarded Honorable Mention for the Clarence John Laughlin Award by Del Zogg from the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.

•I’m so pleased that my series Littoral Drift was selected by Charlotte Cotton as the winning portfolio for Camera Club of New York’s 2014 Annual Juried Exhibition. My work will be exhibited in New York this autumn at Foley Gallery. Exhibition Dates: September 19-October 11, 2014, Foley Gallery, New York, NY

•My work will be in the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art’s 34th Annual Art Exhibition and Auction and was named Curator’s Choice for the Exhibition by Executive Curator Cathy Kimball. Opening Reception: October 3, 6pm-8pm Exhibition Dates: September 27 – October 25

•Work from my series Instar was selected by Hesse McGraw, Vice President for Exhibitions and Public Programs, San Francisco Art Institute; Jane Reed, Photographer, Curator, and Documentary Filmmaker; and Judy Walgren, Director of Photography, San Francisco Chronicle for SF Camerawork’s exhibition Up All Night. Exhibition Reception: Thursday, July 10, 6 – 8 PM Exhibition Dates: July 9-August 16, 2014, SF Camerawork in San Francisco, California

•Work from my new series of cyanotypes, Littoral Drift, is in the exhibition Process at Photo Center NW March 13-June 4 in Seattle, WA. The Seattle Times review of Process features an image of my work. Exhibition opens March 13, 6-8pm Artists include: Garth Amundson/Pierre Gour (WA), Matthew Brandt (CA), Scott B. Davis (CA), Phil Chang (CA), Neal Fryett (WA), Sharon Harper (MA), Andrzej Maciejewski, (Canada), Curtis Mann (RI), Chris McCaw (CA), Kendall McMinimy (WI), Laura Plageman (CA), Charlie Rubin (NY), Meghann Riepenhoff (CA) & Brea Souders (NY) *As an extension of the exhibition, I’ll be hosting a workshop on April 19th that is part of the Materials, Process, and the Object in Photography  course at Photo Center NW.

•I will be presenting Between Experience and Record at the Society for Photographic Education conference On the Brink: Photography as Witness  at Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA, October 12 at 2:30 pm.

Aperture Magazine’s PhotoBook Review features a pull-out centerfold by Library Candy, a group made up of myself, McNair EvansLucas FogliaJason FulfordRichard Misrach, and Nigel Poor.