Though originally a painter, I have long since turned my focus to photography. I was originally focusing on landscapes like these in National GeographicÂ to San Francisco cityscapes featured in San Francisco - A Cabby's View to the more abstract work in Haight Street Reflections. Â I am particularly attracted to the spontaneous energy of urban and the multiple layering of window reflections where images are ambiguous, rapidly changing, and reality is skewed. Â My recent forays into photomontage or 'compositing' are the natural extension of the constantly shifting window reflections featured promeniently in my most recent shows. Â My composites aim to capture the energy of diverse environments in a landscape where Salvador Dali meets Walt Disney.
Commercial Art, Baylor University, Waco, TX
Brick Lane Gallery, London, England, Denizens Of Ocean Beach (2017)
The Center For Fine Art Photography, Ft. Collins, CO, Animailia (2017)
Studio Door, San Diego, CA, The Crow Show (3rd Annual International-2017)
Art For Aids: SF Metreon (2016)
San Francisco Women Artists: Banner Program - 2 chosen (2016)
Mosser Hotel: ArtSpan In The Neighborhood (2016)
PianoFight Indie Nightclub: ArtSpan In the Neighbirhood (2016)
Pacific Art League: Spring Is In The Air (2015)
Juried by Catherine Clark
Pacific Art League: Fur, Feathers and Fins (2015)
Juried by Bradley Platz (Modern Eden Gallery)
Arc Gallery: Impulse, San Francisco, Ca. (2014 & 15)
Photo Place Gallery, Middlebury, VT.
6 Shows (2013, 14, & 15)
Center For Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, CO.
4 Shows (2012, 13 & 14)
Dickerman Prints: Home, wildLife (2014-2016)
Arc Gallery, Like A Tom Waits Song: San Francisco, CA.(2014)
Juried by Andrea Schwartz