Hello, I am a picture maker from West Texas. I studied art and design at Texas Tech University in Lubbock. In 2011, inspired by photographs of the Dust Bowl, I traveled across the Texas Panhandle to gather a modest series named A Place Called Happy. I stayed at Navasota Artists in Residence in 2017. Today I live in Odessa where I run a darkroom, serve as an artist and craft archive-ready prints.
Inside a view camera, all appears upside down. Focus on often-overlooked details.
2018/05: 60th Annual Permian Basin Juried Art Exhibition, Ellen Noël Art Museum of the Permian Basin, Odessa, TX
2018/01: Fall Open House, Horlock Gallery, Navasota, TX
2017/08: Grand Opening, The Gallery Downtown, Navasota, TX
2017/06: Spring Open House, Horlock Gallery, Navasota, TX
2017/02: Knife Through the Heart of Texas Film Festival, The Mohawk, Austin, TX
2017/01: Member’s Choice Show, Texas Documentary Photographers, Austin, TX
2016/12: VERGE Winter Arts Show, Austin, TX
2016/11: East Austin Studio Tour, Austin, TX
2015/07: Grayscale, Black Box Gallery, Portland, OR
2014/05: Holland Photo Imaging’s West Studio Tour, Austin, TX
2017/06: June, Navasota Examiner – “Snippets of Life in Black & White” Clements, Connie
2016/011: November, Glasstire – “A Preview of the 2016 East Austin Studio Tour” Stimpert, Kathleen Brady
2017/02 to 2018/02: Navasota Artists in Residence, Arts Council of Brazos Valley, Navasota, TX
2005: BFA in Communication Design, Texas Tech University, Lubbock. TX