A selection of photographs shown in tandem with other artists, who desire to be a part of larger dialogues pertaining to feminism, environmentalism and politics.
Artists For Progress: Truths Are Lies, Lies Are Truth (curated by Jennifer Ament) Piranha Shop • Seattle, WA • November 2018 36” x 24” giclée print
Long Shot 2018 Photographic Center NW • Seattle, WA • June 2018 14” x 11” giclée print
#Photograph For Progress (curated by Chrissie White) Leica Gallery • Bellevue, Washington • March 2018 21" x 13.5" giclée print, framed
Lotus Eaters at Sunset
Artists For Progress: The Art of the Steal (curated by Jennifer Ament) The Piranha Shop• Seattle, WA • November 2017 28" x 20" giclée print, framed
Artists For Progress (curated by Jennifer Ament) The Piranha Shop • Seattle, WA • January 2017 28" x 20" giclée print
This collection is less about evoking a sense of place as it is about the texture and symmetry I find in the chaos and perfection of nature. I want to capture a world I can touch because there is no better cure for an overactive mind than tactile engagement. The natural world has the power to save me from myself.
This collection is about the things I allow myself when I'm far away from home. It's about who I am when I am anywhere, untethered from my time zone, habits and expectations; where strangers become friends and my friends are frozen in time, waiting for my return. Sometimes I am full. Sometimes I am empty. And sometimes I drink before noon.
I could do nothing else for the rest of my life but take portraits of my friends and know that one lifetime is not enough. There is too much to mine in two eyes. The immensity is palpable. I often wonder if there are facets of humanity not meant to be explored or captured. The process is equal parts joy and pain and wholly my raison d'être. These are the many faces I love.
This is an evolving collection centered around the idea of home, wherever you find it. It is about the warm complexity of living among others and the subtle balance of autonomy in our relationships. It is also about recognizing the innate beauty of utility, which imbues both the people, architecture and possessions that help us live our lives.
Photography Exhibition October 1 - 4, 2015 The Piranha Shop Seattle, WA
GREEN ROOM exposes life on tour through the small, secret moments not seen under the house lights. Using the dichotomy between Rachel Demy’s color photography and Tyler Kalberg’s black-and-white, you see the highs and the lows, the camaraderie and the solitude, the exhilaration and the exhaustion that compose a story much deeper than the performer on stage. It’s a story of the people who make the music, and why it’s important that the long road leads home.
Pittsburgh, PA. 2010. 16" x 24" print. SOLD
Ben & Jenny, The Postal Service.
Seattle, WA. 2015. 36" x 24" print. SOLD
Tom Carlson, Toko Yasuda & Annie Clark, St. Vincent.
Warsaw, PL. 2014. 24" x 16" print. SOLD
San Luis Obispo, CA. 2010. 24" x 16" print.
Pete Roe, Laura Marling.
(Somewhere near) Ann Arbor, MI. 2010. 24" x 16" print.
Seattle, WA. 2010. 24" x 16" print.
James Mercer, The Shins.
Arendal, NO. 2012. 24" x 16" print. SOLD
Ryan Doordan, Yuuki Matthews & Joe Plummer, The Shins.
Photography Exhibition October 2017 Ghost Gallery Seattle, WA
Having traveled the world with musicians for the last 10 years, I am equally as drawn to expansive natural landscapes as I am to the suffocating microcosm of dirty green rooms. Firmament is a small example of a larger body of landscape photographs taken during my travels that expound upon my lifelong fascination with the sky. I believe that though we can never naturally step foot in the sky, the sky ultimately dictates how we stand, move and feel on land. It can elevate, bear down, reflect, multiply itself in everything and even consume for no real reason. That something so untouchable can be both liberating and terrifying is one example of how terrestrial creatures can access the divine every day. By simply looking up.