I'm back from a one month residency at Pocosin Arts in Columbia, North Carolina where I taught students and adults the 19th century photographic process cyanotype. It was an amazing experience teaching and getting to meet some of the most genuinely delightful people I've ever met. It was sad to leave such a great place. But wonderful things await on the horizon! I have work being installed in the Pitt-Greenville Airport and have been invited to be in a collector's show at the Castell Gallery in Asheville, an unbelievable honor. My work as well as work from a few other contemporary photographers will be alongside master selections from Sally Mann, Todd Hido, Zoe Strauss, and Roger Ballen. Very exciting!
For the next two weeks I'm headed to Penland School of Crafts to take a workshop with Brian Taylor on alternative photographic processes and bookmaking. Looking forward to finally attending Penland!