The Yellow Wallpaper, from the series, Pattern Repeats
Pursing photography can be very isolating, so it’s important for me to meet regularly with a group of women to critique each other’s work. In PDN: How a Critique Group Can Change Your Photography.
A portrait of a student journalist who uncovered his school’s use of prison labor to upholster the chairs in his high school’s auditorium. Amherst, MA. For The Marshall Project and Teen Vogue.
Photos from the series, Pattern Repeats, part of The Big Reveal: Telling Truth in an Age of Fiction. June 7,8, 14,15, 2019. CENTER hosts a juried thematic slide show as part of PhotoSummer in Santa Fe. At El Museo Cultural de Santa Fe as part of the CURRENTS New Media Festival.
A roundtable discussion with Tira and three other Outspoken: Expanded artists moderated by Annu Palakunnathu Matthew. Speaking about the series Pattern Repeats series at the the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts. The exhibit features nine women photographers and is curated by Marky Kauffman.
A selection from my Pattern Repeats series at the Vermont Center for Photography’s 2019 Open Juried Exhibition. At the Brattleboro gallery from April 5 to June 2, 2019. One of eight artists selected nationally by juror Bruce Myren.
A selection from the new Pattern Repeats series at the the Rhode Island Center for Photographic Arts. The Outspoken: Expanded series features nine women photographers and is curated by Marky Kauffman.
The new series Pattern Repeats debuts at the Griffin Museum of Photography’s Atelier Exhibit. Exhibited from March 7 to April 5. Atelier 29 was taught by Emily Belz.
Produced and edited a 5-minute video for a public interest law firm, which was featured at its annual fundraising breakfast for 900. The video highlights the struggles families face as they try to obtain mental health services for their children. The organization’s Mental Health for Advocacy Program for Kids helps at-risk youth.