...and looking for work in this big apple.

Here's a portrait of me, taken by someone who used to inspire me a great deal: John Blalock.

At the time this photo was taken, I would occasionally accompany him to do art projects with young cancer patients at Seattle Children's Hospital.  I look back on those visits as something that completely changed my perspective on life's priorities. 


The majority of my camera equipment is packed up and inaccessible to me for the next month, but with more time on my hands than I'm used to, I've been itching to make new work. I've been thinking about doing more alternative processes, so I took a look back on some of my past experiments. 

Torn Curtains, Impossible Project instant film emulsion lift/transfer

Solstice, photosensitive paper exposed for 6 months in an Altoid can pinhole camera

Window, Fujifilm instant film negative extraction

New life, new site

So, I moved to Brooklyn. Sometime during the whirlwind of getting ready to leave Seattle, my website expired. I'm going to take it as a sign. It's time to start over, in all things. More soon!


My cousin Kate swims in the Hungry Horse reservoir, Montana.