KA-BOOM!!

July 03, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
KA-BOOM!! Early fireworks last Sunday at the Los Angeles Press Club Southern California Journalism Awards. I was honored to receive two first place trophies for Feature Photo and Photo Essay, placing 2nd for Photojournalist of the Year. My High & Dry partner Christopher Langley placed 3rd for Environmental Reporting, all for work on KCET's Artbo...
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WAIT, WHAT!?

June 20, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
WAIT, WHAT!? The next couple of weeks are kinda crazy, so buckle up my friends, and let’s get started! Summer is off to a colorful start this Saturday with the Los Angeles Art Association’s always-entertaining Out There exhibition celebrating West Hollywood Pride Month at Gallery 825. Juried by Cliff Benjamin of Western Project, the show open...
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IT'S BEEN A MINUTE

May 30, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
IT'S BEEN A MINUTE …so let's get to it! The Los Angeles Press Club just announced their SoCal Journalism Award finalists. I'm proud to represent KCET's Artbound / High & Dry for Best Feature Photo, Photo Essay (News/Feature), and Photo Essay (Culture/Entertainment). I am also up for SoCal Photojournalist of the Year. Yes, I’m currently the LA...
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ALL SYSTEMS GO

March 07, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
ALL SYSTEMS GO Paradox California is garnering rave reviews! Much gratitude to Genie Davis for her gorgeous piece in Riot Material, Two Artists, One State of Mind. The stunning exhibit with Chelsea Dean is at Launch LA: 170 S. La Brea Avenue in Hollywood (gallery hours Thursday-Saturday 1-5pm). Art critic Shana Nys Dambrot will moderate an artis...
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READY TO LAUNCH!

February 12, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
READY TO LAUNCH Mark your calendars – twice! Paradox California opens at Launch LA, Saturday, February 23, 6-9pm. The two-person show pairs my work with talented mixed-media artist Chelsea Dean, exploring the contradiction between promise and actuality in the “Golden State.” Paradox California runs thru March 23. Top: Osceola Refetoff...
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WHOLE LOTTA LOVE

January 09, 2019  •  Leave a Comment
WHOLE LOTTA LOVE With a name like mine, you gotta love it when the awards MC has to pause for a moment before announcing the winner. I had the honor to hear my name mispronounced not once, but twice at the Los Angeles Press Club Awards, for Best Photo Series and Photojournalist of the Year. The commendations follow this summer’s Writer of the Y...
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GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT

November 21, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
GRATEFUL FOR YOUR SUPPORT This month brings much gratitude, particularly for the vibrant arts and journalism communities thriving in Los Angeles today. This summer, I was the recipient of the Outdoor Writer’s Association of California’s Writer of the Year award. And today, I am one of two finalists for the Los Angeles Press Club’s Photographer...
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SEASON OF THE BOOK

October 14, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
SEASON OF THE BOOK Fall begins with two exhibitions in Los Angeles: OUT and ABOUT at Rebecca Molayem Gallery on Fairfax, and Out in the Street, curated by Juri Koll at MuzeuMM. Each show features six of my photographs, on view thru October 20 and October 22, respectively. Currently on view: OUT and ABOUT an...
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HIGH DRY AMERICAN SUMMER

July 03, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
HIGH DRY AMERICAN SUMMER Just ten days left before our MOAH exhibition becomes history! Much gratitude to LA’s outstanding art writers who've bestowed some great press on the show, including two Los Angeles Times listings by cultural journalist Carolina A. Miranda. But don't just read about it! See it IRL (thru July 15). High & Dry: Land A...
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MO' MOAH!

May 25, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
Liz Gordon, Miles Regis, and friends at the "High & Dry: Land Artifacts" opening Museum of Art & History (MOAH) – Lancaster, CA – May 2018 Thank you to all the friends and family who made our MOAH opening such success! For those who couldn't make it, the show continues through July 15, Tuesday-Saturday 11am-6pm, with extended hours Thursdays, 1...
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HIGH & DRY: MOAH!

May 06, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
High & Dry is proud to announce our latest exhibition: High & Dry: Land Artifacts 665 West Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534 661.723.6250 • lancastermoah.org May 12 - July 15 • Opening: May 12, 4-6pm Artist talk: Sunday, June 3, 1pm The exhibit represents a full realization of High & Dry's long-term, multi-platform exploration of the Californi...
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LAND ARTIFACTS

March 27, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
LAND ARTIFACTS Friends, it’s time to Spring ahead, and I must say that 2018 has already been quite the year so far, with my work already in five exhibitions, including the current Empty Spaces, Abandoned Spaces at the Praxis Photographic Art Center in Minneapolis, MN (thru March 17), and as a featured artist in Digital vs Analog at the Hive Gall...
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A NEW YEAR, SHINY & BRIGHT

January 09, 2018  •  Leave a Comment
A NEW YEAR, SHINY & BRIGHT Happy New Year my friends! After attending a dozen exhibitions this weekend, I am awed by Los Angeles' creative talent and the multitude of outstanding exhibition venues. 2018 reckons to be a year of great beauty and wonder! Merry-Go-Round Swing with Sunflare - Pinhole Exposure - Hollywood CA - 2011 For my part,...
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SHOW TIME

November 19, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
SHOW TIME! It's an all-city time, with work currently on view in three exhibitions across Los Angeles County: Personal Vacation at Gallery 825 in West Hollywood (thru December 1), Boulevard of Broken Dreams at The Six in Calabasas (thru November 15), and the epic, must see Art in Place at the Newberry Lofts in Long Beach (by appointment thru Decem...
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PRETTY IN INK

March 13, 2017  •  Leave a Comment
PRETTY IN INK For an artist, exhibiting work can be as nerve-wracking as it is inspiring. Will they come, will they collect... will they write about it? Well, I am pleased to report things are going well across the board, and not least because I am genuinely humbled and honored by the slate of positive coverage on my current solo show It’s a Mess...
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