A Passage of Time: Exhibition at Fitchburg State University

Windswept tree in the highlands of Cape Breton.
Windswept tree in the highlands of Cape Breton.

A twenty image exhibition of my work will be showing at Fitchburg State University, on the media wall at the Conlon Arts Building. I created this portfolio of work for Fitchburg State specifically, focusing on patterns in nature that are best revealed through the passage of time. Some patterns are fleeting and captured best with unique ability of the camera to compress time into a single image. Other patterns are impossibly slow to comprehend and, in my opinion, meditative to behold.

The show will be running from October 10th to November 14th. More information can be found at the school’s cultural activities website.

Nominated in the 2012 Spider Awards

The Black and White Spider Awards is judged by a “panel of the world’s most recognized experts from Tate, National Geographic, Fratelli Alinari, The Art Newspaper, Bonhams of London and more” and is considered “the industry’s most authoritative and important photographic event for black and white and mono art.”

I was nominated two weeks ago in the architectural category from thousands of applicants. This image was captured beneath the Hellgate bridge in New York City in overcast, waning light. Prints available upon request, from a limited edition of 25.

This is my first juried accolade for architectural work. Human structures really ¬†engage me when they’re in an aged or dilapidated state. I’m excited and honored to be recognized by such a distinguished panel.

Nominated in the 2012 Spider Awards: Architecture.
Nominated in the 2012 Spider Awards: Architecture.