I’m so grateful to the team at Loyola University for inviting me to exhibit and being the easiest bunch to work with. It is sad to see it come down this week, but I’m looking forward to viewing lots more shows in this wonderful gallery!
I’m psyched to be featured on the SEEING SCIENCE project this week. The year-long web project by University of Maryland, Baltimore City (UMBC) is really terrific. If you are interested in photographs and science, and the many ways they intersect, the site is worth checking out and looking at much more throughout the year.
I’m pleased to announce an exhibition of my project “Uncertain Passages” appearing at Loyola University in Baltimore, Maryland from January 25 - Feb 19, 2017. The reception and gallery talk will be Thursday, Feb. 2, 5-7pm
Check out one of my favorite annual online exhibitions on Lenscratch. So many mesmerizing images!
I just finished hacking an old Epson printer to accept and control invisible ink in preparation for some upcoming photo-sculptures that re-visualize computational imagery from the Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI). Nice to finally have a proof of concept working out… now onto the hard parts of making these many-layered objects.