Below are several past and upcoming group exhibitions that I was or have been invited to participate in. These are in addition to primary gallery exhibits like the solo exhibition DOPESICK at the Taubman Museum of Art and the traveling “Whose Streets? Our Streets!” exhibits which are profiled individually on this site.
2016 Red Cross International Conference on Migration
At the 2016 Red Cross International Conference on Migration in Washington, D.C. my work was featured in a group exhibition. Below are the images which were featured in the exhibition. Click on each to view them larger with captions.
Click on images below to view the exhibition larger and with captions.
Stonewall: 50 Years Out
April 5 – July 20, 2019
For this public exhibit, Stonewall: 50 Years Out at the Anthony Mascioli Gallery in the Central Library of Rochester & Monroe County, I made several large stitched panorama photographs depicting bar counters of Rochester’s prominent LGBTQ+ bars to commemorate the anniversary of the 1969 uprising that sparked the gay liberation movement. The exhibit, led by Rochester City Historian and Library Historical Services Consultant Christine Ridarsky and guided by community partners, explored the history of Rochester’s LGBTQ+ communities.
Upcoming Gallery Exhibitions
Continuing the Dialog: The State of Photography II
The Arts Center Gallery at Nazareth College
October 16 – December 4, 2020
I have been invited by faculty member Paul Porell at Nazareth College to participate in a group exhibition, that will “highlight photography from artists across upstate western New York. The invitational will feature photography professors and educators and will showcase the broad medium of what photography has to offer and will represent a diverse range of aesthetic direction, conceptual depth, and process.”
Beyond Addiction / Reframing Recovery
City Art Space, Rochester, NY
November 6 – 20, 2020
Working closely with curators Graham MacIndoe and Susan Stellin, I have helped bring the show which first exhibited in NYC at the Parsons School of Design in 2019 to RIT’s downtown Rochester City Art Space Gallery. The show will feature my work and over a dozen other photojournalists working on issues of addiction and recovery.