My book, A Light Blue Desire, received a lovely mention in Daniel Larkin’s Hyperallergic review of Tongue Tide at Flux Factory. The show is up through July 30.


I’ll be presenting work alongside artist Pablo Lerma at The Assembly at Rubber Factory ( 29c Ludlow ) 7:30 - 9:30


A set of older images is featured in Foundry Journal’s Issue 4


Had the pleasure to write about Rebecca Solnit’s influence on my work for Humble Arts Foundation:


If you’re on the West Coast, the charming Ethan Rafal has curated a show, Nature : Or, What Are We Looking For? at Gospel Flat Farm in Bolinas, up til the 30th.


My solo exhibition, A Means To Measure, opens at Little Berlin in Philadelphia, up through March 26th.


I spent the start of the new year in Shanghai and Suzhou for an exhibition with Arts Suzhou


A new work, A Shape In The Sun / A Certain Angle was commissioned for Memorial Sloan Kettering’s Brooklyn Infusion Center at 557 Atlantic Ave, Brooklyn, NY. The piece is a sunlight sensitive light and sculpture installation up until January 28, 2017.


Happy to share that I have created a limited edition print of one of my slide projector cyanotypes, West End Two : 112 Hours, for Baxter St. It is launching in time for the Benefit Auction:


I was asked by the School of Visual Arts Continuing Education Department to write about the recent Untitled ( Gender Representation ) Symposium. The response can be read here :


Constructing New Photographies opens at the Pelham Art Center, Pelham, NY and runs through October 22. The opening reception will be Friday September 9th, 6:30-8. The exhibition curated by Stacy Miller features the work of Jim Ramer, Carol Warner, and myself.

8.25 - 9.19

I’ll be in Italy for Lumen Studios Residency program in Atina, Italy. Updates on instagram.


Had a great time speaking with Brian Vines and Aaron Watkins of BK Live on BRIC TV with Scott Watson of Provident Loan Society and John Avelluto of the Bay Ridge SAW on art, commerce, community and my public piece, Poem For A Pawn. Link to vid:


Carolina Peñafiel has curated a selection of my cyanotypes into the exhibition, Landscapes From Below, a pop-up exhibition at 3W Group ( 45-43 21st St in LIC ), up through early June


I will be participating in the Queens Museum’s Queens International 2016 with a version of Live Streaming Sunset


Had the pleasure of creating the Fung Wah Express for Flux Factory’s Fung Wah Biennial   // Coverage of the Fung Wah Biennial on Hyperallergic!


A Clearing In The Woods will be included in 4RL curated by Nati Hyojin Kim and Kat JK Lee at the SPRING/BREAK Art Show


Excited to announce I am a 2016 SU-CASA artist! The program is a citywide initiative to bring arts programming into the city’s community senior centers. I’ll be working on a book project about collective memory with the Elmcor Lefrak NSC in Corona, Queens.


Live Streaming Sunset is popping up for one night at Long Island City’s Local Project Info here


Lunar Study #1 in the Humble Arts Foundation’s online show Space Jamz:


I’ll be teaching Art & The Everyday with Jeanette Spicer at SVA for the spring semester :


Lovely pairing of one of my cyanotypes with an image by Louis De Belle in Der Greif’s online show curated by Robert Morat


My video piece from Sympathetic Magic will be on view as part of Video Snack 5 at Vox Populi in Philadelphia from December 4 - Januaray 15, 2016.


Had the chance to do a really wonderful interview with Kyle Seis ( am a fan! ) over at Wavepool, give it a peep:


Very excited to have a print and copies of I Looked & Looked at the Less Than 100 shop in New Orleans this month. The shop lets women pay according to what they are paid, in Louisiana it’s 66 % of what men are paid. Give the site a look, it’s an inspiring, powerful project!


Tonight - one night only show #WORKinPROGRESS at Root Studios on N14th in WIlliamsburg, curated by Elizabeth Renstrom from Vice and featuring the work of GIFriends, Charlie Rubin, Ryan Oskin, Justin Clifford Rhody, Jason Jaworski, and me


I Looked & Looked will be launched at Field Projects gallery in Chelsea, 526 W 26th #807, on Thursday October 29th, the 3 year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy. Info here


Ella Codon and I jointly screened two works, Live Streaming Sunset and Tracing Moonlight, at the Parramatta Lanes Festival in Parramatta, Sydney, NSW at the Leigh Memorial Church.

9.25 - 10.17

Unbound, a group exhibition with artists Ella Condon, Mark John Smith, Matt Whitman and myself opens at Sawtooth ARI in Launceston, Tasmania on Oct 2nd with an artist talk on October 3rd. The following week the second part of the exhibit at Parramatta Artists Studios opens on the 6th with a closing reception and artist discussion on the 17th.

The catalogue for Unbound is online here:  UnboundECatalogue.pdf


This September, I Looked & Looked, will be published by Conveyor Editions. The book comes out at Printed Matter's New York Art Book Fair at PS 1. A book signing will be held at the Conveyor Editions table ( Q05 ) on Saturday, September 19th at 3pm.


In a one night pop up show, We Got Divorced, at 156 Freeman #2L, Brooklyn, NY with a ton of great artists. Curated by Laura Alejandra González and Kasia Gumpert // Nice curators write up on their sites: READ HERE


New prismatic pieces, ROYGBIV, in the exhibition Together at 159 Mercer St, NY, NY.


I will be speaking on a panel, Curaticism: The Gam #3, with curators Alessandro Facente and Tina Kukielski, alongside artists katrina Neumann, Yvonne C Roth, and Knutte Wester. The panel will be at 3pm at the NARS Foundation ( 201 46th St ) in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood.

6.6 - 6.7.15

My studio #213 at 56 Bogart will be open for Bushwick Open Studios this weekend, 12-6 both days.


Open Door Discourse opens on May 21st, 6-8 at the NARS Foundation ( 201 46th St, Brooklyn, NY ). Completed and in-progress works from residency artists on view. You can read the press release here:


Excited to share that Live Streaming Sunset has received fiscal sponsorship through the New York Foundation for the Arts ( NYFA ).


I am currently a studio resident at the NARS Foundation in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Will be updating via instagram with studio shots and new work. I will be in residence until the end of June.


Artist feature over at Der Greif magazine. I am also guest-blogging for the week. You can check out the posts here:


Editorial feature on Sympathetic Magic over at YET Magazine.


I am participating in a group show, Lift-Off, at Fridman Gallery in NYC, curated by Elisabeth Biondi. The show runs from January 30 - February 28th, with an opening reception on Friday, January 30th! Hope to see you there!!copy-of-exhibitions/cm23


Incredibly excited to share that I have been awarded a 2015 Queens Council on The Arts grant for my project, Live Streaming Sunset. The project will take place at the end of the year - stay tuned for more info and updates along the way!


Lara Atallah of Manhattan Portage came by the studio for a visit and produced a lovely interview and feature that you can read here:


I moderated a conversation on time, as a medium, tool, and challenge, between a group of young artists for the fourth and final issue of Invitation/Annual. You can give it a look here:


I will have some publications / printed ephemera in a few upcoming book fairs - Odds and Ends at Yale University on December 5th, The Silver Eye book market in Pittsburgh Dec 6-7, and the Aperture Book Fair in NYC the 13th. Stop by the Oranbeg Press and Conveyor Arts tables. SoSo magazine, a new publication from Oranbeg will be launching. I am one of 6 featured artists and there is a great process piece about my live stream sunset project included. I also answer some questions over on Oranbeg’s blog.


I’ve moved into a new studio space at 56 Bogart. Documenting some studio process on instagram and tumblr. Follow along for updates!


I will be speaking on a panel, Photographic Shifts: The Ubiquitous vs. The Sublime, alongside artists Ella Condon and Matt Whitman at the 2014 SPE Northeast Conference in Albany, NY


Some Odd Suns will be available at the Conveyor Arts table at the NY Art Book Fair at PS 1. 9.26 - 9-28

  1. 9.21.14

I have work in the inaugural show at the new Regina Rex + ( harbor ) space at 221 Madison St. It’s up through Oct. 26th


Oranbeg Press will be at Dossier Outpost the next two weekends, my Interleaf and contribution to BetaCards will be available.


#IRL, In Real Life, the 2014 Parsons MFA Photo Thesis Exhibition opens to the public. The show runs through September 11, 2014 from 12 - 6pm. Works from my series Sympathetic Magic will be on view as well as a new iteration of my Live Stream Sunset project, which will be viewable from the street outside of 66 5th Ave from 7:30 - 11:00pm.


I will be included in a group exhibition, Still Life and Man: Interpretations at the State Hermitage Museum in St. Petersburg, Russia. The exhibition is up from May 28th - June 30th.


My work is included in Future Projections at the Auckland Festival of Photography at Silo Park in Auckland, New Zealand.


I had the pleasure of being included in the German magazine Der Greif’s first exhibition A Process at the Neue Galerie in Augsburg, Germany.


Had a wonderful time speaking on a panel at Carnegie Mellon University this past week to the Senior Professional Practices class along with some fantastic studio visits. So much amazing talent!

My interleaf debuts with Volume 2 of Oranbeg Press’s Interleaves at the Philadelphia Art Book Fair at PPAC this weekend. It is available for purchase along with a bevy of other awesome 2 sided posters.


Work up from my time spent in Beijing at Brooklyn Fireproof tonight! My video piece Like Ships In The Night will screen as well as limited edition zine, Some Odd Suns ( now available at Printed Matter! )


Invited to participate in ICP-Bard’s 2013 Symposium, Building A New Art World: Rethinking Conventional Practices.


Excited to have work in this CurateNYC online exhibition curated by Deana Haggag ,


The NY leg of the Re:Cinema exhibition opens tonight at 25 E. 13th St. My video, In The Tules, is on view.


My project, 2,906.6 miles or 3 hours, will be live streamed at the DUMBO Arts Fest in the main projection space, viewable from both inside and outside the Main St. building. It will stream from 9-11pm on Friday the 27th and Saturday the 28th.

The project was featured in a New York Times article of what to see at the Dumbo Arts Fest.


I am speaking on an alumni panel for the BXA Department at Carnegie Mellon University on 9/27.


I am part of the exhibit Intervals at Photoville from September 19 - 29. It should be amazing, come on out to DUMBO!


how to say for what i do not know an exhibition of artists working with text opens this Saturday June 29 at Harbor.

There will be an opening reception June 29 from 7-9pm. My installation “I looked & looked & knew I was Awake” will be on view.


My studio at 513 Johnson Ave. #15 will be open on Saturday and Sunday (6/1-2) as part of Bushwick Open Studios.


Re:Cinema: The Persistence of the Cinematic in Contemporary Practice opens in Sydney, Australia at the Sydney College of Art. The exhibit features Australian and American artists working within the realm of video and installation. The exhibition runs May 28th - June 14th with an opening reception on June 6th from 6-8pm.


I will be speaking tonight at Hunter College with 3 other MFA students as part of the Focus & Motivation lecture series. It starts at 6 and goes until 8. At 68th & Lex. Info here:


I am so pleased to announce that I am the newest Flat File artist at Field Projects in Chelsea. I have made a limited-edition print of a still from my projection piece, Like Ships In The Night. You can see it here as well as read an interview and studio visit with Jacob Rhodes:


I have an image in the current group show over on FeatureShoot, Foggy Landscapes.

Thanks to Alison Zavos for curating me into the mix!


Align a Parsons MFA Photography Exhibition at Temple University’s Tyler School of Art in Philadelphia opens March 1 and runs through the 16th of the month. There will be an opening reception on Friday March 1 from 6-8pm. Like Ships will be on view.


In Bloom So Soon is now available here: . It’s a lovely publication put together by Arthur Bueno of Bueno Power and features work by a good San Francisco crew. Happy to be a part of it! My image, Fifteen Minutes, is included.


I am included in the Theory & Practice section of Reframing Photography’s website. You can see my work here:  Big thanks to Rebekah Modrak and Bill Anthes.


There will be a closing reception for Emergent Systems on Saturday, February 9th from 6-9.


I am participating in the exhibition, Emergent Systems, at Harbor gallery in Brooklyn from January 12 - February 2, 2013.

The opening reception will be held on January 12 from 6:00 - 9:00pm.


The Parsons MFA Photography program’s Open Studios event is Friday November 30, 6 - 9pm. 66 5th Ave. 3rd floor (13th St. & 5th)


I was interviewed on We Are Drifters in a beautiful feature. Check it out & support the great work Elisa Nelissen is doing.


My newest work, A Clearing In The Woods 1969/2012, will be on view at Visual Studies Workshop’s Siskind Gallery as part of the MFA NOW show juried by SFMOMA’s Assistant Curator of Photography, Lisa Sutcliffe. The show runs from October 20 - November 18. A reception will be held November 3.


I am part of an exhibition at the North Carolina Museum of Art entitled, A Life, Still. The show runs from October 21 - January 13, 2013 in conjunction with the exhibit Still-Life Masterpieces: A Visual Feast from the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.


I will have work from, Ardara and On, on view at Beijing Design Week. The series was previously on view at the Pingyao International Photography Festival in Pingyao, China.


   The Sea, The Sea


    Live Streaming Sunset

    I Looked & Looked

    Sympathetic Magic

   A Shape In The Sun

    A Clearing In The Woods, 1969/2012





    Ardara and On