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Red States

March 22, 2017
A playful series on serious topics. Any resemblance to current politics is wholly intentional. RED STATES began with my reading of Josef Albers’ book, Interaction of C...
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Can't Happen Here

August 05, 2016
Can't happen here. We are watchful, drained, gated, and secured. If it does happen, (but it won't), we have options. Escape is possible....
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I Make Mistakes

May 25, 2016
Printing my first show as a fledgling photographer, a series called The Path at Noon, I loaded the paper wrong side front. Ugh. Ink lays on the uncoated side of expensive...
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Dry Times

November 10, 2015
Greetings from the Land of Little Rain. Death Valley had a flood last month. California's farmland is still dry. ABOUT the Series: Words and Pictures I nspired by Calif...
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Our Part of Town

July 07, 2015
Our part of town: Whiskey Flats to Point Fermin, a mile-long stretch of San Pedro, at the southernmost edge of L.A. It's a neighborhood of hills and fog, bordered on thre...
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