May 11, 2016

I've updated the site with commercial work, specializing in food, events, and product photography to complement the services offered by my new venture with my partner Paolo Vidali as Hidden Gears.


March 23, 2016 has published a piece about the Common Sense(s) exhibition and an interview with the curators entitled "Why Photo Zines Are More Important Than Ever".


February 17, 2016

My personal work will be included in Common Sense(s), curated by Juan Madrid and Carlos Loret de Mola at the Center for Photography at Woodstock. The exhibition is on view through April 10, 2016.



October 1, 2015

I wrote text to accompany work by Jeannette Rodgriguez-Pineda, Caleb Ferguson, Nataly Levich, and Robert Tepiak for the Hunter Collective.


April 12, 2014


A site-specific photographic installation I created will be on view at Correspondance: Part II at Publication Studio at 460 Main Street in Catskill, NY through May 2.


June 7, 2013


I am honored to be on the jury for the 2013 Light Work Grants. This year the Light Work Photography Program supported three artists - Laura Heyman, Jared Landberg, and Janice Levy - with a $2,000 award, an exhibition at Light Work's galleries, and publication in Contact Sheet: The Light Work Annual


January 1, 2013


I am curating the exhibition The Web Is a Lonely Place, Come Play  which will be on view at the Center for Photography at Woodstock from January 12 - March 31, 2013. The exhibition brings together work by five artists - Christopher Baker, Petra Cortright, Jon Rafman, Rafaël Rozendaal &  Kate Steciw - who deal with the radically democratized "free space" of the web. Through video, performance, photo-based imagery, interactive installation, appropriation, and animations, each artist explores the web as both seductive visual playground and subversive artistic studio.

Press release here.




August 1, 2012

My artist book Pierpaolo, published by MagCloud, will be included in the exhibition DIY: Photographers & Books at the Cleveland Museum of Art from August 11 - December 30, 2012!


July 1, 2012

A panel discussion on the topic of "Surface Tension" in the medium was discussed by myself, CPW's Ariel Shanberg, Aperture's Lesley A. Martin, and gallerist Michael Foley at the Photoville Festival at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

The talk was also named one of the "10 Most Inspiring Panels" on the roster by Feature Shoot.


May 21, 2012

A Westerly Direction has been added to the Booklet Library in Tokyo Japan, where it will be made available to the public at Shibuara House and through various pop-up shows.


May 10, 2012

A Westerly Direction has been added to the Indie Photobook Library, a wonderful archive of printed matter by artists working in photography. 


May 5, 2012

I am co-curating the exhibition Surface Tension with Ariel Shanberg at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, on view from May 5 - June 24, 2012. The exhibition features work by Marisa Baumgartner, Matthew Brandt, Christopher Colville, Megan Flaherty, Joseph Heidecker, Mark Lyon, Aspen Mays, Klea McKenna, Alison Rossiter, Paul Mpagi Sepuya, and Brea Souders.

Surface Tension highlights imagery that defies the illusionary connotations of photography, choosing rather to instigate tension whether physical or psychological upon the surface of the photograph.The artists featured subvert conventional expectations of the medium via gestures of abstraction, deconstruction, and manipulation of the image by the artists’ hand.



November 1, 2012

Two of my zines will be on view at the exhibition bookMARKS - organized by Carlos Loret de Mola and Willson Cummer as part of the Society for Photographic Education conference on Photography at Publishing at Light Work in Syracuse, NY.