I am excited to be included in this year’s Currents exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art as part of PhotoNOLA.

This will be the exhibition debut of Waffle House Vistas - a project I’ve been working hard on for the past six months! Five prints from the series will be included. I’m honored to have work alongside so many wonderful artists.

If you’re in the area, please swing by check them out. I will be at the opening reception Friday, December 14 - I look forward to seeing you!

You can check out the artists HERE. Info on the exhibition is below.

CURRENTS 2018: New Orleans Photo Alliance Members Showcase
December 6, 2018 – February 15, 2019
Opening: Friday, Dec 14, 5-7pm
Juror’s Talk with Anjuli Lebowitz: Dec 14, 5:30pm

Ogden Museum of Southern Art

925 Camp Street

New Orleans, LA 70130


Hours: Wed-Mon 10am-5pm; plus Ogden After Hours, Thurs 6-8pm

CURRENTS is an annual exhibition which highlights the diverse photographic work being created by New Orleans Photo Alliance members. Established in 2009, CURRENTS was designed as a showcase exhibition, featuring multiple images per selected photographer, to offer an overview of contemporary photographic practices and projects. For the 10th annual CURRENTS exhibition, Anjuli Lebowitz of the National Gallery of Art selected work by 13 artists. Featuring:
Gary Burnley | Micah Cash | Francis Crisafio | Benjamin Dimmitt | Rich Frishman | Sarah Hoskins | Daniela Leal | Ryan Lips | Christine Osinski | Donna Pinckley | Jared Ragland & Cary Norton | Adair Rutledge | Jenny Sampson

 Store #604: West Memphis, Arkansas (from the series  Waffle House Vistas )

Store #604: West Memphis, Arkansas (from the series Waffle House Vistas)

Fall e-newsletter is out!

Here is a link to my fall newsletter:

I talk about the anniversary of the Dangerous Waters book, my 2017 social media print sale, and some upcoming projects that I’m particularly excited about.

Feel free to sign up for emails if you’d like to receive periodic updates from me about what’s going on.

Exhibition in Hendersonville, NC, through July 14

If you find yourself driving through Hendersonville, North Carolina this summer, please swing by Crate Project. It is a lovely contemporary art gallery nestled next to a wine store - a perfect alternative art space that supports research-based artists. 

I'm thrilled to have a selection of Dangerous Waters prints on view through July 14. 

The closing reception will be the afternoon of July 14 and I'll be in attendance to give a brief talk and sign some books. 

Exhibition, HendersonvilleNC

Dangerous Waters Exhibition (Charlotte, NC)

My most recent exhibition, Dangerous Waters, was held in Charlotte, North Carolina, at C3 Lab. The exhibition included 40 photographs from the book. The photographs, all signed and editioned, were installed in sequence and grouped according to the four sections of project: Northeastern Tributaries, Southeastern Tributaries, Central and Western Reservations, and the Tennessee River. 

The installation included a wooden map made by furniture designer and woodworker Jeffrey Barninger and an eight foot Dangerous Waters sign created by Barninger and ACSM's Glen Nocik.

This exhibition is ready to travel and will be installed again in June 2018 at Crate Project in Hendersonville, NC.


 Dangerous Waters, C3 Lab (Charlotte, NC). December 2017.

Dangerous Waters, C3 Lab (Charlotte, NC). December 2017.

 Dangerous Waters, C3 Lab (Charlotte, NC). December 2017.

Dangerous Waters, C3 Lab (Charlotte, NC). December 2017.

Upcoming Book Signings

 Discussing Dangerous Waters at Main Street Books (Davidson, NC) on November 18, 2017.

Discussing Dangerous Waters at Main Street Books (Davidson, NC) on November 18, 2017.


I have a few book events on the calendar for the next month and working on adding some more for early 2018. What is your favorite bookstore? Let me know and I'll set up an event in your town!

11/29:   LaCa Projects, Charlotte, NC (Panel Discussion on contemporary photography)

12/1:     C3 Lab, Charlotte, NC (Exhibition and Book Signing)

12/18:   Highland Inn Ballroom, Atlanta, GA (Discussion and Book Signing, hosted by A Capella Books + The Bitter Southerner)

1/14:     Malaprop's Bookstore, Asheville, NC (Author Event and Book Signing)


Locust Projects Smash & Grab - Miami, FL

I'm honored to be a participant in this year's Smash & Grab at Locust Projects. I am a fan of Locust Projects' commitment to experimentation without the weight of commercial viability or desire. It is an incubator for risk-taking and conceptual thinking. 

If you're interested, you can take home the lovely painting, Prevents Passage. I made this painting in the spring of 2017 as part of my Spatial Change/Social Equity series. You can see it prior to shipping below.

Find out more about Smash & Grab HERE


New photogrphy installation in Charlotte, NC


Come see a brand new photographic installation on Friday, August 4 at Goodyear Arts in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

As Goodyear Arts says goodbye to its N College Street location, I want to contemplate the future development and revitalization plans of Charlotte's First Ward. The building in which I've worked for the past year and its immediate surrounding area are crucial to the city's North Tryon Vision Plan and many of the structures and lots are marked for demolition. 

I believe that one of the best methods to contemplate this future is to bear witness to what is currently there. My two photographs provide an opportunity to see the building's current surroundings as if it was already gone. 

Come join us:

Goodbye Goodyear
516 N College Street
6 - 9 pm

An evening of installation art and thought-provoking performance. 

Cocktails and Conversation with Chuck Reece at {Poem 88} in ATlanta


Please join me and The Bitter Southerner's Chuck Reece for a candid Q+A about my upcoming book Dangerous Water: A Photo Essay on the Tennessee Valley Authority. We will discuss my photography practice, southern history, and TVA. I'm sure music will also come up...

The conversation will be held at 7pm on Wednesday, July 26 at {Poem 88} in Atlanta, Georgia, and is free and open to the public. 

A special Prix Fixe dinner will immediately follow at Floataway Cafe.