Exhibition at the Camera Club of New York
Opening Wednesday January 9th 6- 8PM
Next Wednesday, January 9th, my exhibition, From Roof to Table, will be opening at the Camera Club of New York from 6 - 8PM. The show features work from my project documenting the urban agriculture movement in New York City. Last year I was awarded a residency at the Camera Club and this first solo exhibition of the work in New York City has been made possible through their generous support. The show runs through February 2nd. Gallery hours are Mondays through Saturdays, 12-6.
The Camera Club is located in
The Arts Building
336 West 37th Street, Suite 206
New York, NY
Print Sale for Sandy Relief
I am offering an 11x14 c-print, taken in Fort Tilden in Rockaway in 2009 for $50. All proceeds from the print sale will go towards the Rockaway Waterfront Alliance's reRockaway Project
To buy a copy of the print, click on the button below
From Roof to Table
I'm excited to announce the publication of a new book of my photographs, FROM ROOF TO TABLE, documenting the urban agriculture movement in New York City. This book is the culmination of a year's work photographing over a hundred farms and gardens in the 5 boroughs of NYC. The project and book were made possible by a photo urbanism grant from the Design Trust for Public Space.
The book features 35 full color photographs and signed copies are available for pre-order now on my website or through the Design Trust for $25. I'll also be offering a special limited edition (30) of the book that includes an 11"x14" signed c-print for $100.
November 17th - December 21st , 2012
Exhibition at the BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn
Opening: November 16th - 7-9PM
On Purpose will feature inspiring work from Brooklyn-based designers, architects, and visual artists working across disciplines on projects that address the environmental challenges of contemporary urban living. All of the work featured in the exhibition will combine a focus on sustainability with a desire for beauty in our social, domestic, and professional spaces. Guest curated by Risa Shoup, recognized by ArtInfo as among “The Art World’s Most Influential Young Figures,” the exhibition will emphasize how diverse creative voices can work together to build community and imagine solutions to local urban planning issues.
The Five Borough Farm book and website are now live!
Five Borough Farm is a Design Trust for Public Space project, conducted in partnership with Added Value, which offers a roadmap to farmers and gardeners, City officials, and other stakeholders to understand and weigh the benefits of urban agriculture, and makes a compelling case for increasing resources—from soil and compost to growing space to project funding—to grow urban agriculture throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
Visit the website here
July, 10 2012
Here is an interview I did with Next American City