SF Camerawork Auction

Once again I’ve donated a photograph, Gravity #2, to support SF Camerawork for their 40th annual fundraising auction. The auction took place on September 21, 2019, and it was their most successful to date. I’m happy to say hat my photograph found a wonderful new home.

Gravity #2. Toned Gelatin Silver Contact Print.

Gravity #2. Toned Gelatin Silver Contact Print.

SF Camerawork is an amazing organization which hosts exciting exhibitions and events and is a valuable resource to our photographic community and I am honored to be able to contribute my support to their mission.

Selections 1979-2019 at Corden Potts Gallery

I am thrilled to have been working with my assistant Niniane Kelly on this show, and loved to have the opportunity to present images that I’ve been quietly working away on over the last few years. A huge thank you to Liz and Jan at Corden Potts for being so supportive and generous and letting me take over the gallery for this show.

Thank you to everyone who came to the opening reception, and if you missed it we will have another reception on June 6 from 5:30-7:30 pm

You can also view the show during Corden Potts usual hours of Thursday through Saturday 11 am- 5:30 pm.

Was im Licht erscheint

I am very excited to announce the publication of my book Was im Licht erscheint by Datz Press.


This book brings together a collection of black and white photographs spanning from 1978 to 2016. It is a linen bound hardcover book which includes one original archival pigment print, in an edition of 100. 


For purchase information, please contact me.

Houston FotoFest 2018

FotoFest 2018 Auction Catalog  Back Cover:  Untitled #1  from the  Gravity  series

FotoFest 2018 Auction Catalog

Back Cover: Untitled #1 from the Gravity series

I am thrilled to have once again been able to attend the FotoFest portfolio reviews in Houston. It's an amazing opportunity to present my work to dozens of industry professionals as well as being able to meet other inspiring photographers from around the world.

The print Untitled #1 from my new series Gravity was selected for inclusion in this year's benefit auction, and was even used on the back cover of the catalog! I am so happy to have seen it off to it's new home in a fantastic collection, and for way over the listed price!

FotoFest 2018 Auction Catalog

FotoFest 2018 Auction Catalog

Winter News 2017

Cyanotype Workshop at The Image Flow

In October we had another fun workshop at The Image Flow, spending three days delving into printing and toning cyanotype prints. Look for another cyanotype workshop to be offered in 2018!


SF Camerawork Auction

I'm thrilled that after lively bidding my image "Washers" has found a wonderful new home, and for such a great cause as supporting SF Camerawork which does so much to promote and encourage fine art photograhy. We are fortunate to have such an amazing institution within our local community.


Corden|Potts Gallery: Holiday 2017

I am also delighted to be included in the show currently on display at Corden|Potts Gallery in San Francisco. This show debuts one of my newest pieces, "Biography."

The exhibition will run through December 29, 2017.




The Polaroid Project

The Polaroid Project

I am thrilled to be included in The Polaroid Project international traveling exhibition and accompanying book, published by University of California Press, with my piece "The Red Balloon, 1981." 

The Polaroid Project

Published to accompany a major traveling exhibition, The Polaroid Project is a creative exploration of the relationship between Polaroid’s many technological innovations and the art that was created with their help. Richly designed with over 300 illustrations, this impressive volume showcases not only the myriad and often idiosyncratic approaches taken by such photographers as Ansel Adams, Robert Mapplethorpe, Ellen Carey, and Chuck Close, but also a fascinating selection of the technical objects and artifacts that speak to the sheer ingenuity that lay behind the art. With essays by the exhibition’s curators and leading photographic writers and historians, The Polaroid Project provides a unique perspective on the Polaroid phenomenon—a technology, an art form, a convergence of both—and its enduring cultural legacy.”

Contributors: William A. Ewing, Barbara P. Hitchcock, Deborah G. Douglas, Gary Van Zante, Rebekka Reuter, Christopher Bonanos, Todd Brandow, Peter Buse, Dennis Jelonnek, and John Rohrbach.

Exhibition dates:
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth: June 3–September 3, 2017
WestLicht Museum of Photography, Vienna: December 5, 2017–March 4, 2018
C/O Berlin: March 16­–May 27, 2018
MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA: early 2019
— UC Press

More information can be found on the publisher's website: 



For the second time I have attended Photolucida in Portland, OR. It was wonderful to get so much great feedback from both reviewers and fellow photographers. The festival is run really well and The Benson Hotel is a perfect venue. Thank you to all the Photolucida staff and the many volunteers who help to make it such a wonderful experience. One of my favorite thing about Photolucida is meeting old friends and making new ones. Below some photos.


In March Niniane Kelley and myself were conducting a workshop on Cyanotype printing and toning. The venue was The Image Flow located in Mill Valley, CA. We had a fabulous group of six students ranging between the ages of 25 and 89. During two and a half days we covered the making of digital negatives, coating the paper, exposing and toning in a wide variety of toners and bleaches.  A big thank you to all the students for their enthusiastic participation and to the Image Flow for hosting. This is about as good of an environment as it gets!



"Le Scarpe" and "Feld und Flur" at CODEX, February 5 - 8 2017

Liz Corden showing my "Feld und Flur" portfolio at CODEX

Liz Corden showing my "Feld und Flur" portfolio at CODEX

Artist Book "Le Scarpe" - "The Shoes"

Artist Book "Le Scarpe" - "The Shoes"

During the recent CODEX Art Book Fair in Point Richmond, CA, Corden|Potts Gallery was showing my limited edition Artist book "Le Scarpe" and the photogravure portfolio "Feld und Flur".

The book "Le Scarpe" measures 40" x 16" when open and it features twelve images reproduced from the original toned cyanotype prints. It's beautifully bound in red silk fabric with a leather backing by John Demerritt of Emeryville.

If you missed CODEX you can see both at Corden|Potts Gallery in San Francisco.

FotoFest 2016 Auction Catalog

I am pleased to announce that my print "Mezlan" from the series Le Scarpe, which I donated to the FotoFest 2016 Benefit Auction, was purchased by a private collector after heavy bidding, with the final auction price well exceeding the estimate.

The auction sales go directly to support FotoFest art and education programs in Houston and abroad, as well as the Literacy Through Photography year-round education program, operating in over 60 Houston area classrooms this year.