Here are my photos in the Crystal City Underground in Arlington, VA, for Exposed DC’s “”Color Study” show. There are a ton of images in this exhibit and it’s really cool that they are bringing photography to public spaces on such a large scale. The exhibit will be on display through the summer.
I am excited to have three images in Exposed DC’s new exhibit in the Crystal City Underground in Washington, D.C. For those not in the DC area, Crystal City is an neighborhood in the southeastern corner of Arlington County, Virginia, south of downtown Washington, D.C. Due to its extensive integration of office buildings and residential high-rise buildings, the area uses underground corridors to travel between stores, offices, and residences without going above ground. It’s kind of like Toronto in a way.
Exposed DC takes advantage of many of the long stretches of corridors to hang photographs. They have done several exhibits there over the years and they are pretty mammoth shows. The show this spring features 62 photographers with probably over 100 images printed very large, 3 X 5 feet usually. It’s pretty awesome as there is massive amounts of foot traffic through this area due to all the businesses and the metro system.
This upcoming Spring exhibit is about color, how it is seen, captured, and used through photography.
Feel free to attend the opening reception at Gallery Underground on April 5 from 5-7 p.m. as part of Crystal City's First Fridays.
The Spring 2019 exhibit will be installed on March 31.
With the theme “Light”, I am happy to announce that the Community Collective Pop Up Series Vol. 4 has selected my work to be in their group show opening Sunday, March 10th, from 3-6pm at Creative Hands Studio, 52 O St. NW, DC, Unit 208.
Honored and humbled to have taken first place in the Brussels Street Photography Festival’s Eyewitness in Brussels contest in collaboration with the Jewish Museum of Belgium.
This photograph was taken on Halloween night in 2016 during the first edition of the Brussels Street Photography Festival.
It was also great to be in Brussels to accept the award in person. Many thanks to the BSPF crew and the Jewish Museum of Belgium for putting on a fantastic opening. The images from the contest will be up for the next 3 months.
I am excited to announce that I am one of 20 finalists in the Brussels Street Photography Festival’s Eyewitness in Brussels contest with two photographs in the exhibit at the Jewish Museum of Belgium.
The exhibition opening will take place on Thursday, February 21 from 7:30 pm at the museum, Rue des Minimes 21, 1000, Brussels. Entrance to the exhibition is for free and open to all public. Registration is required.
The duration of the exhibition will be for a month until Sunday, March 17, 2019.
See you all there!