More Prints for Sale!

More Prints for Sale!
I am releasing a limited edition set of photographic archival pigment prints from the desert. These 3 images are stills adjacent to the video piece that I’ve been working on which is shot in Death Valley and the Great Basin in the U.S. and the Arctic Circle around Svalbard, Norway. I am truly beyond in love with all of these places and wanted to share the beauty of the desert as winter comes upon us.

To purchase, find them under the Prints section of my site. 

Untitled no. 1 - 3
Archival Pigment Print
17" x 10" [16" x 9" image with 1" white border]
Edition of 30

Prints for Sale!

Prints for Sale!
Prints are now available from Coal Burning no. 1-8. These were shot on 35mm film in Berkeley, California. These are traditional analog darkroom chromogenic prints on Fuji Crystal Archive paper. Some are printed by myself but all are printed in the darkroom.

Coal Burning 
Analog Chromogenic Print
Edition of 5 + 1 AP
20" x 30" 

MacDowell Fellowship

MacDowell Fellowship
I spent 5 wintery weeks at MacDowell in Jan / Feb 2022 in a lovely cabin surrounded by the woods, re-learning how to play the piano on a baby grand Steinway, observing ice and putting the finishing touches on the script for my next piece, "albedo". Above is an image from my time there, shot on film with a Mamiya RZ67.

Residency at Montello Foundation in Nevada

Residency at Montello Foundation in Nevada
Back in NYC, fresh off an artist residency at the Montello Foundation. The Montello Foundation residency is made up of you, alone, in an off the grid house + studio, 22 miles inland from any paved road. It is a deep dive into nature, the desert (specifically the basin and range) and your psyche. I was working on writing and editing my next piece there that is shot in two deserts - Death Valley and the Arctic Circle around Svalbard. 

des abends reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail!

des abends reviewed in The Brooklyn Rail!
des abends, my solo exhibition at Smack Mellon in 2020, was reviewed by Ann C. Collins, in the Brooklyn Rail. Link above! 

Creative Exploring in the Arctic

Creative Exploring in the Arctic
This article, "Creative Exploring in the Arctic", by Hannah Shepard just came out in Elysian Magazine. Makes me miss this place so much- it was truly a life changing experience to be there. I'm drinking coffee here on the opening spread. :)  photo shot by the lovely Brooke Holm

Psychogeography in St. Petersburg, Russia

Psychogeography in St. Petersburg, Russia
I am pleased to announce that Psychogeography will be screening at "Cyfest 12", an international media art festival that takes place in St. Petersburg, from November 13-24, 2019.

Psychogeography will screen as a part of "Personal Identity” which shows at the Hermitage Educational Center from November 19-24, 2019.

 

Arctic Circle Artist Residency

Arctic Circle Artist Residency
I am excited to announce that I am participating in the Arctic Circle residency this June. The residency takes place on a ship that sets sail from Svalbard, Norway and will sail around the Arctic for 2 1/2 weeks. I will be working on a short film that touches on climate change. 
 

Interior Monologues at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey reviewed by Hyperallergic

Interior Monologues at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey reviewed by Hyperallergic
"Song for 360 Court Street" is currently being shown as part of a lovely multi-media exhibit, curated by Mary Birmingham, on work that draws inspiration from interior spaces.

The show includes works by Matt Bollinger, Erin Diebboll, Susan Leopold, Dana Levy, Anne Muntges, Casey Ruble, and Paul Wackers and runs through June 16, 2019 at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey in Summit, NJ. 

 

Judith Loves Martha

Judith Loves Martha
Judith Loves Martha, a short film I shot, directed by Anna Gaskell, was chosen as an Official Select at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival.

You can watch it here!

Judith Loves Martha also screened on July 12, 2018 as part of the summer film series at Brooklyn Bridge Park curated by BAMcinématek.