Exhibition: Salt, Silver, and Sun
Exhibition: Salt, Silver, and Sun

Two of my alternative process prints have been selected to be included in an exhibition of Maine-based photographers working in these historical processes. The show at the PhoPa Gallery in Portland, Maine, opened last weekend and runs through April 18th. Salt, Silver, and Sun: Historic Processes by Photographers Today The exhibition has been curated by […]

The Tetons – The Book
The Tetons - The Book

Maine Media Workshops+College recently remodeled the old Haas lab and darkroom into the revamped Haas Lab for Alternative Photographic Processes and a new book arts studio, complete with presses and drawers of type and rolls of cloth. One of the TAs for the summer had some experience making books, so he got to hang out […]

Wyoming – Fine Art Prints
Wyoming - Fine Art Prints

I’ve recently become interested in two somewhat-related things: first, producing hand-made prints from my images, and secondly, creating distinct and coherent bodies of work. The first of these, then, are a series of prints from my 2010 summer in Wyoming. These were all printed in a wet lab using the ziatype process. Ziatypes involve mixing […]

RayKo Photo Center – Plastic Camera Exhibition
RayKo Photo Center - Plastic Camera Exhibition

On March 5th the Plastic Camera exhibition opens at the RayKo Photo Center in San Francisco. Ann Jastrab, the director of the gallery there, was the juror. One of my images – one I’m calling, for various reasons, “Headless Anny” – was selected for inclusion. Headless Anny was the third wet plate image I made […]


I have been told that my penchant for making self-portraits says something about me, in a psychological sense. That my choice to photograph myself is in itself meaningful. Or that it’s just pure narcissism. What I have to say about myself and my work – and I do think I have a certain amount of […]