DWELL group exhibition at the G. Gibson Gallery, Seattle, June 19-August 15, 2015.  Featuring my sound-based installation A Waypoint to Crescent Lake and photographs from The Mushroom Camps.

Arcadia: Thoughts on the Contemporary Pastoral at the Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. July 10-September 20, 2015. Featuring a selection of works from my current project We Were Here.

Work from my project Barrow Cabins will be on view in the G. Gibson Gallery booth at the inaugural Seattle Art Fair.  July 31-August 2, Century Link Field Event Center, Seattle, WA.



Daylight Books featuring an online survey of my project We Were Here

The Mushroom Camps featured in:

Recipient of the 2012 NEDDY AWARD and a 2012 4Culture Individual Artist Project Award.


Make Out Tree, new work in collaboration with fellow Neddy Award artist Stacey Rozich at the Cornish College of the Arts Alumni Gallery, Seattle,  June 3-August 16.

BARROW CABINS solo exhibition at the Rena Bransten Gallery, San Francisco, May 9-June 29.

SAWDUST MOUNTAIN solo exhibition at the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY. Sept-Dec. 2012.

  • Student responses to the exhibition from "Photography, Environment, and Politics: Sawdust Mountain" , an Environmental Studies course that ran in conjunction with the show.

Work included in the Nevada Museum of Art exhibition The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Landscape.  September 24, 2011 - January 8, 2012 in Reno, NV.

Exhibition catalogue available here.

Madre de Dios featured in the Cornish Art Gallery exhibition Old Ghost Ranges, Sunken Rivers, Come Again, Seattle, WA. September 5-October 13, 2012.
(play the video below to view and listen to excerpts from the installation)

Madre de Dios installation excrepts on Vimeo.


Aperture has published my second monograph entitled Sawdust Mountain.

Sawdust Mountain from Aperture Foundation on Vimeo.

SAWDUST MOUNTAIN at the Aperture Foundation Gallery, New York. Apri 16 - June 10.
Learn more about the work and recent Aperture exhibition.
Artforum Review of exhibition at Aperture Foundation.

Road to Nowhere (group exhibition) at the Fotofest Biennial. Houston, TX. March 12 - April 25, 2010.

Recipient of 2009 Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist Fellowship.


Purchase it here.
Named one of "Best Photo Books of 2005" by Photo Eye.

Past Reviews:
  • The Stranger
  • New York Times, February 17, 2006
  • ArtReview Magazine, January, 2006
  • Chicago Reader, September 2, 2005
  • Rochester Chronicle, July 17, 2005
  • San Francisco Chronicle, July 16, 2005
  • San Francisco Weekly, July 5, 2005