Inside Outside, Upside Down
The Phillips Collection
1600 21th St NW, Washington DC

See the exhibition in person at the Phillips: July 17 - September 12
Join the virtual opening reception: July 16, 7-8pm
Register for virtual opening here

The Phillips Collection is currently marking its 100th year and is returning to the tradition of invitational exhibits highlighting the work of local artists. Museum founder Duncan Phillips hosted such invitationals from 1935 - 1950. For this event, curators asked local artists to submit artwork relating in some way to the upending of daily life since April 2020. One of my photographs was selected: a photograph of a spontaneous vigil at the Supreme Court shortly after the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was announced.

From the Museum's press release:

[Curators] reviewed over 1,300 artworks submitted by more than 800 artists, assessing works on their artistry, originality, and thematic relevance. The exhibition, comprising 65 works that span painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, mixed media, and video, will be organized into five themes: Innocence Interrupted, Days of Reckoning and the Right to “Be,” Bearing Witness, Introspection and Reflection, and Hope and Healing. The 64 artists are ages 19 to 84, work across styles, and are at varying stages of their careers, including those receiving their first museum exhibition.  

Better Together: Refresh XI
Long View Gallery
1234 Ninth St NW, Washington DC
September 2 - 30
Opening Reception: Thursday, September 2, 6-8 pm
Gallery hours: Thur - Sun 11 - 5**

The Refresh series of exhibitions is Long View Gallery's opportunity to pull together work from its pool of featured artists and artists who are new to the fold. After a long year without opportunities to exhibit work, I am excited to share some new pieces with old friends. An in-person opening reception!!! I am looking forward to seeing all the work and to seeing you there!

**Please note: Long View Gallery may close for private events several times during the run.  Please give them a call at 202-232-4788 before heading over to be sure they will be open.


Select Past Exhibitions:

Group Exhibition "Photography"

Long View Gallery
1234 Ninth St NW,
Washington DC
Through October 8 2017
Wed - Sat 11 - 6; Sun 12-5**

If you saw my work at Long View's "Refresh" exhibit early this year or my contributions to Kreeger Museum's "Re-Vision" exhibition, you know I've been experimenting with novel ways to present large photographs. My contributions to this new exhibit carry these ideas further with a new mural from Union Station as well as studies from St Elizabeths and the Lincoln Memorial. A piece from my Kreeger Museum exhibition--a 360-degree panoramic split over three panels and mounted to shaped metal--is also featured.


**Please note: Long View Gallery closes for private events several times during the run.  Please give them a call at 202-232-4788 before heading over to be sure they will be open.



Re-Vision
Looking anew at the art of Philip Johnson and the design of the Kreeger Museum

The Kreeger Museum
2401 Foxhall Road, NW, Washington DC
Through July 29, 2017

This exhibition marks the 50th anniversary of completion of construction on Philip Johnson's Kreeger Museum.  Six regional fine art photographers have made new photographs of the Museum and its grounds. For regular museum hours and suggested donation, see the Museum's Planning Your Visit page.

 Scaling Washington

 National Building Museum
401 F St., NW, Washington DC

March 2015 - January 2016

Museum admission $8 / $5 youth, student, senior

My first solo-museum exhibition features photograph I made from post-earthquake inspections through scaffolding and repair at the Washington Monument and National Cathedral. The broadest project I've been involved with, the exhibit includes a mix of fine art, documentary, and technical photographs, as well as some time lapse video. Be sure to see the large prints mounted in the atrium as well as the interior gallery spaces (one is pictured above).

For details, see the Building Museum site here

Also there has been a good bit of press for the exhibit; among the best are these:

 

Selected as a top-ten DC photography exhibit in DC!

Quartz

Washington City Paper

Kojo Nnamdi Show interview


Group Exhibition "Refresh VII"

Long View Gallery
1234 Ninth St NW,
Washington DC
February 17 - March 19

I am participating in Long View's group exhibition with what could be the most unusual photographs I've ever exhibited. The a ten foot mural printed over six resin coated panels featuring the newly re-gilded coffers on the barrel ceilings at Union Station. I've printed this mural in an innovative way that makes the gold leafing glow and glimmer in a lively way. 

Group Exhibition "Paper"

Long View Gallery
1234 Ninth St NW,
Washington DC
October 24 - November 27

I am pleased to have five pieces in this group exhibition opening Thursday night!  Most are new photos I've never shown before, including the above which is from one of the most striking historic preservation sites I've studied. The style of presentation for these prints is something I've wanted to try for a long time. The theme gave me a reason... Stop by and let me know what you think.

Union Station restoration

Union Station, Main Hall
Washington DC
Through November 11

 It was my privilege to photograph the late stages of restoration work at Union Station's historic Main Hall over the last year.  To celebrate the opening of the expansive Main Hall the station has organized an extensive exhibit of its history.  They drew on my photographs to chronicle the most recent restorations.  My series is featured in the southeast area of the Main Hall.  I am very proud of the series and hope you will stop by to have a look.

Gothic Resilience (the exhibit)

Washington National Cathedral
Wisconsin and Massachusettes Avenues NW, Washington DC
Pilgrim's Observation Gallery

West Towers seventh floor

Admission charge for touring visit apply; free on Sundays

Favorite sepia, black and white, and recent color photographs from my exploration of the Cathedral are on long term display in the Cathedral's fine art gallery. 

Gothic Resilience (the limited edition artists' book)

To showcase my favorite photographs made during three remarkable years at Washington National Cathedral, I published a fine art book in an edition limited to 190 copies. I'm pleased to say the edition is about 80-percent sold.  I will make remaining copies available through open studio events (see above).

Art All Night

1911 9th St NW, Washington DC
September 23, 7pm - 3am

I will be taking part in this annual overnight event with the Mid City Artists. Michael Crossett, Sondra Arkin, Charlie Gaynor, Stephen Benedicto, Indira Dingledine, Betto Ortiz and myself will share a storefront provided by of Shaw Main Street. The neighborhood and the whole city will have many venues for art -- put our spot on your list! Details for the wider event are here.