Moon Shine: Photographs of the Cumberland Plateau is featured in The Guardian today! Please check it out at this link. What an honor!
This Thursday, April 11, I will be at the University of Mississippi. There will be a few different events for those of you in the Oxford, MS area. First, I will be giving an artist talk at 4pm adjacent to the Gammill Gallery, where there is an exhibition of Moon Shine: Photographs of the Cumberland Plateau. There will be a short reception in the gallery at 5pm. Then, I’m delighted to announce we will be screening my film In That Valley of Gold! The film is co-produced by myself and Kyle Wilkinson. The film will be on view at 7pm at the Malco Theater downtown. Click here to view a trailer for the film.
I will be at AIPAD on April 6 at 4pm for a book signing. Please join me!
AIPAD is at Pier 94 in NYC. Daylight Books is located at Table 638.
I am beyond ecstatic to report that my book has arrived! Moon Shine: Photographs of the Cumberland Plateau has been published by Daylight Books.
Please contact me directly (email@example.com) to reserve your copy today!
The book will soon be available on Amazon, as well - check out the page here.
It is such an honor to have my work featured in London’s Financial Times. Big thanks to everyone there - it looks just lovely. Look for it online at this link or in print this March 1!
I’ll be lecturing at ETSU this Thursday. Come one, come all!
I am so very honored to be speaking about my work with Frish Brandt of the Fraenkel Gallery during this year’s PhotoNoLa. This event is not to be missed! We will be speaking together at the New Orleans PhotoAlliance Gallery on December 15 at 7pm. I hope to see you there!
This November 10, I will be presenting at the Sounds of the South symposium. If you are in the Charleston, SC area, please join us! The program begins at 10am. Other presenters include Lisa Elmaleh, Bill Ferris, and Bill Steber. Clearly I am in very good company! We would love to have you join us for what is sure to be a great day.
The day is here! Southbound: Photographs Of and About the New South is opening at the Halsey Institute in Charleston, South Carolina. Be sure to check this one out - it is a truly special exhibition and it means the world to me to have my work included.
Happy to report that I’ve been included in Ain’t Bad Magazine Issue No. 13. I’m particularly pleased as this issue was juried by a bunch of curators that I really respect. It was an honor to have my work selected! Big thanks to all the folks at Ain’t Bad and all the curators who participated.