CURRENT/UPCOMING

Spring 2016.  Racing Age. Photography Now. Annual photography group show, curated by Jim Estrin of The New York Times LENS blog. Center for Photography at Woodstock. New York.


SOLO EXHIBITIONS

June 15-21, 2015.  Racing Age. Pa-Ta-Ta Festival Internacional Fotografía Emergente de Granada. Granada, Spain. Solo show in a public space as part of the Itinerarios Fotográficos public art exhibition during the photo festival. 

May 15-24, 2015. Racing Age. Photo Romania, Photo Romania Gallery. Cluj-Napoca, Romania. Solo show of Racing Age as part of photography festival.

October 2014-February 2015. Racing Age. United Photo Industries. Brooklyn, NY. Solo show of Racing Age project, winner of the Jury Prize in the 2014 Fence exhibit.

September 2012. Racing Age. The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY. The Racing Age series, shown as part of the Brooklyn Museum’s GO Brooklyn open studio event.

December 2011-Spring 2012. Portraits of the Artists. The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY. Portraits of the dance and theater artists in residence.

September 2010-December 2010. The Residency Project. The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY. Images from a year-long documentary project on the Artist in Residence program at BAX. Produced with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation New York Theater Program.

May 2010-Fall 2010. Welcome Home. The Lesbian Herstory Archives, Brooklyn. Images from the Welcome Home project.

October 2009-May 2010 The Gowanus Canal, in Progress. The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY. Images from The Gowanus Canal series. Produced with support from the Puffin Foundation.

March-April 2010 Racing Age. Superfine, Brooklyn, NY. Images from Racing Age.

February-April 2010 Welcome Home. The LGBT Community Center, NYC. Premier exhibition of work from the Welcome Home project.

March 2003 Women's Movement: Photographs of Female Athletes, Dancers and Movers, The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn, NY. Solo show, Women's Month Featured Artist.


GROUP EXHIBITIONS

August 14 - October 25, 2015. On the Domestic Front: Scenes of Everyday Queer Life. The Leslie/Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Manhattan. Group Show. Work from Welcome Home and Same-Sex Ballroom Projects.

Fall 2014. The Fence. United Photo Industries, Brooklyn, NY. Racing Age chosen for exhibition by an independent jury exhibition at the Photoville festival.

Fall 2014. The Fence. United Photo Industries, Atlanta, GA. Racing Age chosen for exhibition by an independent jury for exhibition at the Atlanta Celebrates Photography festival.

Spring 2014. The Fence. United Photo Industries, Boston, MA. Racing Age chosen for exhibition by an independent jury for display during on the Rose F. Kennedy Greenway as part of the Magenta Flash Forward Festival.

Spring 2013. Harborlore: Where the River Meets the Sea in Folk Imagination of Brooklyn. Brooklyn Arts Council Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Art exhibition as part of Dr. Kay Turner’s Folk Arts festival.

October 2012. The Loneliness of the Middle Distance Runner. Flux Factory. Queens, NYC. Images from Racing Age series in group show featuring work from artists based in Wales, UK and NYC.

2012. Photo Eye Art Photo Index. Work included in vetted guide to art photographers.

December 2011-January 2012 Creating a Gay Museum. The Leslie/Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Manhattan. Group Show. Survey show at the first museum of gay and lesbian art in the world. Featuring piece from Welcome Home acquired into permanent collection.

Fall 2011. Lesbians Seeing Lesbians. The Leslie/Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art, Manhattan. Group Show. Inaugural show of the first museum of gay and lesbian art in the world.

July-August 2011. Share: Vistas of Community. The General Electric Cultural Fine Arts Gallery, Fairfield, CT. Four images from the Welcome Home project featured in first-ever corporate pride art show at the worldwide corporate headquarters. Organized by GE’s GLBTA Alliance.

June 15-July 10 2010. The Second Great Gay Photo Show. The Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, Manhattan. Group Show. Curated by Cora Lambert. Three images from Same-Sex Ballroom project.

June 2010. The First Brooklyn Pride Art Show. Littlefield. Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY. Curated and showed group exhibit which premiered at the Brooklyn pride street festival.

June 2010. The First Brooklyn Pride Art Show. Brooklyn Pride Festival, Brooklyn. NY. Curated and showed in the first-ever art exhibit at the Brooklyn pride street festival event in Park Slope. Organized exhibition of 10 queer artists.

June 6-June 10 2010. Chronotopia, at the National Queer Arts Festival. SOMArts Cultural Center, San Francisco. Two images from Welcome Home book in curated show at national queer cultural event.

Fall 2010-present. Portfolio. The Brooklyn Museum Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art’s Feminist Art Base. Listing and work included in the Feminist Art online database of artists.

November 2009 Queer Gaze. The Fontanelle Gallery, Portland, OR. Group show. Image from book project Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival.

May 2009 Fourth Annual Kinsey Institute Juried Art Show. Indiana University School of Fine Arts Gallery, Bloomington, IN. Group show. Image from book project Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival.

March 2009 The Armory Show Canteen Magazine booth, Pier 92, Manhattan. Group show. Four images from The Gowanus Canal series.

June 2008 Pink & Bent: Art of Queer Women, The Leslie/Lohman Gay Art Foundation, Manhattan. Four images from the book project Welcome Home: Building the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival.

May 2008 2008 Juried Photo Exhibition (Juror Roy DeCarava), Pen & Brush Galleries, Manhattan. Images from the Racing Age series.

November 2007 Slideluck Potshow X, Sandbox Studio, Manhattan. Series from Racing Age presented as part of the tenth edition of public slideshows.

May 2005 I'm Alive: Photos from the Indian Ocean Tsunami, The Bolivar Arellano Gallery, Manhattan. Joint show with photographer Lila Lee. Project on impacted fishing village in Tamil Nadu, India.

May 2004 Girlography, Axel Raben Gallery, Manhattan. Image from the Welcome Home project.

March 2004 Ways of Seeing, The Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Brooklyn. Curated and exhibited in a group show.