Selected for Mary Stanley Selects Exhibition, one of Atlanta Photography Group's (APG) premier exhibitions in Atlanta, GA - October, 2015.
Selected for the PhotoPlace Gallery Exhibit 'Open Call: Your Greatest Hits', a juried group exhibition in Middlebury, VT - December 2012.
Selected for Shots 2009, a juried group exhibition by Showcase School of Photography in Atlanta, GA - October 2009.
Watching the sun rise over the horizon…an apparent line that divides the earth and the sky, light and sound covering the open expanse, and when they meet unobstructed, they seem to create the perfect melody. Perhaps that is why a beach is so peaceful.
Hiking The Narrows, Zion National Park - Springdale, Utah
Washington State, 2012
Selected for Shots10, a juried group exhibition by Showcase School of Photography in Atlanta, GA - October 2010.
Selected for PhotoPlace Gallery Exhibit 'Stormy Weather', July 2011, Middlebury, VT.
2013 - Located in one of Michigan's lost towns known as Steiner, The Shop (as our family referred to it), is the only remaining structure still left standing in what used to be a small farming settlement in the late 1800's south of Monroe, Michigan. This sawmill was operated by the Edgar Calkins family and still stands today.
He sat there as his homeless teen owners hung out, head resting on a concrete bench with this longing look as he watched nearby dogs playing in a park.
A ghost town near the junction of State Route 128 and Interstate 70, served as a saloon and water-refilling station for the Denver and Rio Grande Western Railroad. The fall of Cisco came with the demise of the steam locomotive.
Cisco, a Ghost Town in Grand County, Utah near State Route 128 and Interstate 70 - 2012