Artist Info

Exhibits & Awards

iPhotofest Digital Exhibition 2015, COCA (online). First Place Winner, “Winter Trees.”
Valdosta National 2013, VSU Fine Arts Gallery (Valdosta, GA).
Out of Pocket: Small Art Exhibition, 
Gadsden Arts Center (Quincy, FL), 2012.
Fine Arts & Crafts Show, North Florida Fair (Tallahassee, FL), 2012.
Grave Concerns, Divine Union – Wellness, Art, & Spiritual Co-op (Tallahassee, FL), 2010 – 2012.
Scott Kelby’s 2010 Worldwide PhotoWalk. Tallahassee winning photographer, “Hold On.”
Digital Graffiti 2009 (Alys Beach, FL). Honorable Mention, Grave Concerns
Hands Off!, The 621 Gallery (Tallahassee, FL), 2007.
Merit Award for Time Marches On, Professional Photographers of Los Angeles County, 2004.

Publications

Valdosta National 2013 Catalog, Valdosta State University, 2013, p. 15

Editor/Writer, The Contact Sheet, 2006 (Vol. 34, Issues 1 – 12), Tallahassee Professional Photographers Guild

Serbin, Glen R. (Publisher), Best of Photography Annual 2004, Photographer’s Forum/Serbin Communications, 2004, p. 182

Press

“COCA announces the winners of iPhotofest, a digital exhibition”
by Amanda Thompson
Tallahassee Democrat
December 4, 2015

“Valdosta National 2013 Runs Jan. 14 - Feb 1 in the VSU Fine Arts Gallery”
by Jessica Pope
Valdosta State University
January 11, 2013

“Valdosta National 2013 to Continue Public Viewing”
by Allison Ericson
The Spectator
January 17, 2013

“2009 Finalists Announced!”
Digital Graffiti
May 9, 2009

Education

Photography Program, Santa Monica College (Santa Monica, CA), 2001 – 2004
Bachelor’s Degree in Theatre, Northwestern University (Evanston, IL), 1990

Professional Associations

Professional Photographers of America, 2003 – Present
Tallahassee Professional Photographers Guild, 2005 – 2008
Professional Photographers of Los Angeles County, 2003 – 2004

Media Slideshow

  • Valdosta National 2013 Catalog - cover and page with Karen Joslin's exhibit piece, "Derailed Diner"
  • Postcard front and back for Hands Off! exhibit at 621 Gallery
  • Best Photo Annual 2004 - cover and page 182, with Karen Joslin's finalist photo, "Time Marches On"