Meglomania 5, Boyd | Satellite Gallery, New Orleans, LA
"Withdrawn", Solo Exhibition, American Institute of Architects, New Orleans, LA
Points of Departure: An Exhibition without Borders, John Michael Kohler Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI
The Tiny Book Show, Traveling Exhibition, Curated by The Creativity Caravan
Women Standing Alone, Uppercase Magazine, Issue 30
Burned Lines, Solo Exhibition, The Blue House, New Orleans, LA
Fictitious Cartographies, Solo Exhibition, The Front, New Orleans, LA
Megalomania Three, Boyd | Satellite Gallery, New Orleans, LA
Paper/Weight: A P3+ Exhibition, Chateau Curioso, New Orleans, LA
Mail/Art/Book, San Francisco Center for the Book, San Francisco, CA
The Medium is the Mail, Rob Walker, Design Observer
Structure for Landscape: Exploring the Built Environment, HomeSpace Gallery, New Orleans, LA
50th Anniversary Visual Arts Alumni Exhibition, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, MI
By Way of Lenses, Solo Exhibition, Metairie Park Country Day School, Metairie, LA
Krappy Kamera XIII, International Juried Competition, Soho Photo, New York, NY
Holga Out of the Box International Exhibit, TCC Photo Gallery, Longview, TX
In Camera, Solo Exhibition, Tulane School of Architecture, New Orleans, LA
What I Made Here, Solo Exhibition, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX
2nd Annual Juried Plastic Camera Show, Rayko Photo Center, San Francisco, CA
Alumni Artists Juried Exhibition, Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, MI
5X5X(5), Target Gallery, Torpedo Factory Art Center, Alexandria, VA
12 BUY 12, 4th Annual Juried Show, Austin Art Space, Austin, TX
National Juried Exhibition, Sylvia White Gallery, Ventura, CA
Camera Works, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefiled, CT
Raster/Ruckus, College of Architecture Gallery, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
Mail Art: Altered Postcard Exchange, The Dalton School, New York, NY
Mix-Up: Artists in the College of Architecture, Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock, TX
Dayburning Luminaires, Solo Exhibition, Louise Hopkins Underwood Center for the Arts, Lubbock, TX
Hothouse: Expanding the Field of Fiber at Cranbrook 1970-2007, Online Exhibition
I believe in the hand that draws, sketches, paints, collages, weaves, composes, molds clay, releases the shutter on the camera.
Born and raised in Michigan, I was fortunate to attend two of the state’s most celebrated cultural institutions, earning a high school diploma from Interlochen Arts Academy and a MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art.
Exploring issues of location and dislocation as interpreted through my lens based and mixed media pieces, I endeavor to translate both the poetry of the familiar and power of place by intersecting new and old technologies. Often a meditation on geography, travel, and landscape, I attempt to reorder the built and natural worlds through collage. The work exists in the zone where the handmade and the digital overlap.
I will always be fond of sad old things - film cameras, typewriters, bicycles, the post office, snapshots for sale at thrift stores, and shelter dogs.