Sunday, June 26, 2016

Selective Memory 257

This week's image is coming to you fresh from New York City Pride today. The moment pictured, honoring the victims of the recent Orlando nightclub shooting, was the most powerful and memorable moment of the day for me. It was a reminder of why we march: to create solidarity, encourage acceptance of difference, share our voices, and fight for equal rights. It was a reminder of why LGBTQ activism is still so important and how there is still progress to be made. I'm so proud to be a part of this community, today and throughout the year. I also love each of you in my network of friends, family, and colleagues for your continued love and support.

Sunday, June 19, 2016

Selective Memory 256

I've been exploring and socializing so much while in NYC, connecting with many old and new friends. Due to some digital darkroom glitches, this week's image is sans text. But it is still a quick sketch of what I've been seeing this week.

Sunday, June 12, 2016

Selective Memory 255

Given the the shocking mass shooting this weekend in Florida, I'm sad and mournful today. But no less proud and strong. I'm proud of who I am, the work I create, and the community I belong to.

And New York, I will see you in a couple of days! I have a solo exhibition opening on Wednesday at Elizabeth Houston Gallery in New York, NY. If you are in the city this summer do check it out. I will also be parading my gay ass around at NYC Pride. If you aren't lucky enough to make it to the city then you can still peruse this lovely feature about my work on Lenscratch.

Sunday, June 5, 2016

Selective Memory 254

Please, pull up a seat. So glad you stopped by.

Sunday, May 29, 2016

Selective Memory 253

The weekend kinda feels like this.

Sunday, May 22, 2016

Selective Memory 252

A familiar and welcome sight this week.

Sunday, May 15, 2016

Selective Memory 251

This quirky still life might turn up in my next project. Stay tuned to find out. For the latest news on my recent project, Through the Lens of Desire, please check out this wonderful article written by Ann Jastrab from Rayko Photo Center.