Jackson Fine Art 

Atlanta, GA

October 5-December 22

Opening Reception: October 5, 5:30-7pm

This exhibition features work by Richard Misrach and Meghann Riepenhoff. Richard and I are thrilled to be in conversation with Gregg Harris (Curator of Photography, High Museum) on October 4th, 5:30-7, at Jackson Fine Art.

My second monograph Ice is now sold out, but Jackson Fine Art will have few copies available for the aforementioned exhibition in Atlanta! Published by Radius Books + Yossi Milo Gallery, it includes an essay by Rebecca Solnit. Smithsonian Magazine named Ice a Top 10 Photography Book of 2022.


Ansel Adams In Our Time
De Young Museum
San Francisco, CA
Exhibition: April 8-July 23
Panel + Book Signing: April 8, 1pm

In conjunction with the of the opening of this exhibition, please join me for a panel with Binh Danh, Lucas Foglia, and exhibition curator Karen Haas on April 8 at 1pm. There will be a book signing following the talk, where all three artists will have recent monographs. I will be signing copies of Ice (published by Radius Books and Yossi Milo Gallery), in which details of my Iceimages are accompanied by Seven Sentences on the Fluid and the Frozen, an essay by Rebecca Solnit.

Haines Gallery
San Francisco, CA
April 7 – May 25
Opening Reception: April 7, 5-7pm

Elemental, a group show at Haines Gallery (San Francisco) coincides with the aforementioned traveling exhibition Ansel Adams in Our Time at the De Young Museum. In their use of both newly invented and antiquated processes, each exhibiting artist embraces the forces of nature to create their work: sun and light, as all photography does, but also water, weather, temperature, and the spin of the earth. I’m thrilled to show with John Chiara, Binh Danh, and Chris McCaw and hope you’ll join us at the opening on April 7th! 

Sightlines: Photographs from the Collection
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
August 6, 2022-May 7, 2023

Sightlines: Photographs from the Collection features my large-scale cyanotype made by ocean waves crashing onto paper treated with photographic chemistry. This piece was the first work I made at this scale and it is a dream to have it exhibited in San Francisco.

Artist Talk
Photographic Center NW
Seattle, WA
April 29, 6pm

Please join me for this free event at PCNW, where I’ll talk about my practice over the last couple decades.

If you’re interested in studying with me, I am leading a workshop before the talk that will focus on creative work fueled by connection with, and inspiration from the environment. I will introduce participants to contemporary work that engages environmental/climate-based themes and will guide an exercise that hones attention to the surrounding environment before critiquing participants’ work. 

Yossi Milo Gallery at the Dallas Art Fair 
Dallas, TX
April 20 – 23

Yossi Milo is excited to participate in the upcoming Dallas Art Fair. The gallery’s debut presentation at the fair will include new works by Matthew Brandt, Sarah Anne Johnson, Kathrin Linkersdorff and Meghann Riepenhoff.

From Here to the Horizon: Photographs in Honor of Barry Lopez
Sheldon Museum of Art
Lincoln, NE
January 27, 2023 – December 21, 2023

This exhibition celebrates the unprecedented gift of more than ninety works donated by fifty American photographers to honor the writer Barry Lopez, who died in 2020 at age seventy-five. For more than five decades, Lopez wrote about the landscape in lyrical prose that offered a vivid and passionate account of humankind’s relationship with the natural world. From Here to the Horizon is accompanied by a fully illustrated exhibition catalogue, with contributions from Debra Gwartney, Robert Macfarlane, and Toby Jurovics.

Wild Visions: Wilderness as Image and Idea
by Ben A Minteer, Mark Klett and Stephen J. Pyne
Foreword by Roderick Frazier Nash
Yale University Press

I’m happy to have work from Littoral Drift in Wild Visions, a book distinctive in its union of landscape photography and environmental thought, a merging of short, thematic essays with a striking visual narrative. Often, the wild is viewed in binary terms: either revered as sacred and ecologically pure or dismissed as spoiled by human activities. This book portrays wilderness instead as an evolving gamut of understandings, a collage of views and ideas that is still in process.

Sasha Wolf interviewed me for Photo Work, where we talked about Ice and my work leading up to it. Have a listen if you’d like to learn more about what I do!