In calculated performances that intersect with photography’s documentary potential, I explore ephemeral occurrences. Making such humble events happen is alchemy of sorts, the transformation of the mundane into the poignant. Within the constructed images, I reposition specific celebratory iconography to create minor spectacles. My process requires detailed and elaborate production outside the photographic frame so that what appears within the frame implies simplicity and straightforwardness. It is important to me that these constructions actually exist in the world, if only for the moment in which the photograph is made.
My first monograph is due out this November, titled The Life of Small Things and published by Waltz Books.
Recent Solo Exhibitions
Orchestrating the Ordinary, ClampArt, New York, January 2015
The Life of Small Things, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, February 2015
An image from my recent exhibition at ClampArt is featured in the June edition of Harper's
Read the Review in the Village Voice
Read the Review in Aperture
Read the Review in L’Oeil de la Photographie
Interview with The Week
A rendition of my artist talk from The Society for Photographic Education's national conference in New Orleans is archived on their website.
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