ANDAZ on 5th Ave
Starting April 2013 at The Andaz Hotel on 5th Ave in New York, NY
A series of my prints will be on display in the rooms of the hotel and available for purchase through Indie Walls.
EXHIBITION: DAVIS ORTON GALLERY
Nov 16th – Dec 23rd, 2012 at The Davis Orton Gallery in Hudson, NY
In addition to being able to purchase my book, four selected prints from The Artists of The Invisible Dog series will be part of a group show.
EXHIBITION: FIVE POINTS
April 26th – August 26th, 2012 at 31 Great Jones St., New York, NY
Four 20″ x 30″ prints hang in the corners of the main room in Five Points Restaurant.
EXHIBITION: The Artists of The Invisible Dog
March 10th and 11th, 2012 at 51 Bergen St. 3rd Floor, Boerum Hill, Brooklyn.
Opening party is Saturday March 10th, 6pm-9pm.
On the 3rd floor, I am proudly presenting 33 creative environmental portraits from my year-long conceptual series of the artists of The Invisible Dog. Not only will this be the first time that all of the portraits are presented together, but historically, this body of work acts as living record of the cast of characters at The Invisible Dog – a unique community of sculptors, illustrators, toy makers, jewelry designers, photographers, welders etc. Each image is born out of a collaborative vision between the artist and me. Borrowing from my experience as an advertising / editorial portrait photographer, I have created vignettes that reflect the nuances of the artist’s work, workstyle and workspace. The result is a rich and spirited collection of images. Click HERE to see more images from this series.
Click HERE to see more images from The Artists of The Invisible Dog series.
Renbrook Alumni Art Show, West Hartford, CT
April 8th, 2010
The New York City Landscape
March 2010 – Sept 2011 at 850 Third Avenue @ 52nd St
I was selected to show 7 of my pieces during this month-long exhibition on the island. Visit here for images of the exhibition.
Jan 2010 – Dec 2011
One of my piece from my American Museum of Natural History series is part of this exhibit. The 7 Billionth Person Project aims to facilitate deliberation and discussion around the coming arrival of the 7 billionth human being and the current state of the world. Starting at Yale University in the fall of 2009, the project emerged as a result of conversations around the emerging concept of global civics and deliberations around the responsibilities that each of us has towards our fellow beings. The Project seeks to collect “answers” from around the world that will act as the driving content for a series of exhibitions and programmatic events that are creative, participatory, and global in reach.