Masters of Fine Art, May 1999
Imaging and Digital Arts, University of Maryland Baltimore County, Catonsville, MD
Bachelor of Art, May 1981
University of Maryland Baltimore County, Catonsville, MD
Associate Staff, Visual Arts Department, UMBC, 1986 - Present
• Photography Lab Supervisor
• Visual Art Property Custodian and Maintance Manager
• Hazardous Waste Coordinator
• Color Management and Large Format Print Specialist
• Instructor for Studio Photography, Alternative Processes, Color, B&W Large Format and Digital
Adjunct Instructor, Anne Arundel Community College Spring 2004
• Instructor for Alternative Processes
Adjunct Instructor, Maryland Institute College of Art, Fall 2001 – Fall 2003
• Instructor for Electronic Media and Culture, a foundations class at MICA
Adjunct Instructor, Maryland Institute College of Art, Fall 1999 – Spring 2001
• Instructor for Introduction to Digital Media
Full time Instructor, Visual Arts Department, UMBC, 1981 - 1986
• Instructor for Beginning B&W and Color Photography
• Photography Lab Supervisor
GRANTS & AWARDS
Maryland State Arts Council, Individual Artists Award, 2001
Maryland State Arts Council, Individual Artists Award, 1991
National Endowment for the Arts, Inter Arts Grant, 1984
Evocative Ireland, Metropolitan, Baltimore MD February 2006
The Anatomy of the Camera, Chesapeake Gallery, Harford Community Collage,
Belair MD, March 2002
Fleckenstein Gallery, Towson MD, Jan 2001
Camera Familia, Halcyon Gallery, Baltimore MD, July-Aug 2000
School 33 Arts Center, Baltimore MD., March 1995
Theater Project Gallery, Baltimore MD., 1988
An Expansive Vision, Cassilhaus Gallery, Chapel Hill NC, Feb 2014
Faculty Show, PenlandGallery, Penland NC., August 2011
Pinhole Dreams, Nexus Foundation, Philadelphia PA, Oct. 2010
Faculty Show, CADVC Gallery, UMBC, Catonsville MD., Sept. 2008
R.S.V.P., Galería de Arte Fotográfico Melitón Rodríguez, Medellín, Colombia, June 2008
and Clos de l'Abbaye, Paris France, Fall 2007
JPPS06, Koto-Ku Cultural Center, Tokyo, Japan, August 2006
Krappy Kamera VIII, Soho Photo, NYC, March 2006
Mixed Messages. Columbia Art Center. Columbia, MD October 2005
Slow Vision, Nord-Norsk Kunstnersentrum, Lofoten, Norway, May 2004
Through the Lens of September 11th, Soho Photo Gallery, NYC, Sept. 2002
Site, Arts Institute of Medellin, Medellin, Colombia Summer 2002
Trans Positions, Rosenberg Gallery, Goucher College, Towson MD, March 2001
Krappy Kamera III, Soho Photo, NYC, March 2001
Why Pinhole, Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY., Feb 2001
The Magic Mirror of Life, Loyola College Art Gallery, Baltimore, MD Sept. 2000
Faculty Biennial, UMBC Fine Arts Gallery, Catonsville MD., Sept. 2000
Contemporary Maryland Artists, Government House, Annapolis MD, Aug.2000
Artscape Annual, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore MD, Aug 2000
Krappy Kamera II, Soho Photo, NYC, March 2000 (award)
18@2, Halcyon Gallery, Baltimore, MD 1999 (award)
Graduate Thesis Show, UMBC Fine Arts Gallery, Catonsville MD., April, 1999.
Digital Salon, School of Visual Arts, NYC, November 1996.
Dada/Data, Maryland Art Place, Baltimore MD., Oct. 1991.
Divergence, G.H. Dalsheimer Gallery, Baltimore MD., 1983.
Configurations, Dimock Gallery, George Washington University, Wash. DC., 1981.
Arts on Paper, Maryland Federation of Art Gallery, Annapolis MD., 1981.
Critical Path, performed in collaboration with Kenneth King & Dancers,
Saint Marks Church, New York, NY., 1986.
Planet X, performed in collaboration with Kenneth King & Dancers, Saint
Marks Church, New York, NY., 1985.
Complete Electric Discharge, performed in collaboration with Kenneth King
& Dancers. Performance toured to; Saint Marks NYC, Feb. 1984;
The International Festival of Modern Dance, Stadsschoowgurg;
Theater Blauwe Zaal; Theater T'Hoogt, Utrecht, The Netherlands;
Tanz'84, The Secession, Vienna, Austria; The American Center,
Paris, France, March 1984; Experimental Stage, The National
Theater, Munich, West Germany; Theater Lantaren, Rotterdam,
The Netherlands, April 1984.
Paid on Both Sides, a play by W.H.Auden, directed by Bob Holmon, sets
and costumes by David Hockney, Saint Marks Church, New York, NY., May 1983.
Scream at Me tomorrow, performed in collaboration with Kenneth King &
Dancers, The Kitchen, New York, NY., March 1983.
Bridge Scan, performed in collaboration with Kenneth King & Dancers, La
Mama, New York, NY., 1982.
The Phi Project, performed in collaboration with Kenneth King & Dancers, tours
to The Walker Arts Center, Minneapolis, MN., The Moming Dance and Arts Center, Chicago, IL., and
Avant Garde Arama, PS 122, New York, NY., 1981.
Arlington County Schools. Visiting Artist at Jamestown and Oakridge Elementry Schools,
taught pinhole photography to the 5th grade class as a week long arts project. 2013 & 2014
The Alternative Print, Penland School of Art and Crafts, Penland NC, August 2011
Villa Julie College, Baltimore MD, November 2006
Japan Pinhole Photography Society, Tokyo, Japan, August 2006
Roonee 247 Photography Gallery, Yotsuya Tokyo, August 2006
Goucher College, Towson MD 2004
Harford Community College, Belair MD 2002
Locus, Issue 01: Small Is Beautiful, Baltimore, MD, October 2006
Nippon Camera, page 91, Camera Annual January 2006
Ashiha Camera, September 2006
Chiba Television Japan, Asamaru (morning television show) March 2006
Nippon Camera, Camera Annual January 2006, review of the Pinhole Blender, page 91
NHK Good Morning in Japan, (morning television show) December 13, 2005
Through the Lens of September 11th, Soho Photo Gallery, catalogue, September 2002
Arthur Hirsch, Fells Point through a Pinhole, the Baltimore Sun, Sunday August 20, 2000, Art & Society
Baltimore City Paper, review of Pinhole Politician by Mike Giuliano, April 12, 1995
Village Voice Centerfold by Guy Trebay, March 26, 1985
The New York Times, review of Planet X by Barry Laine, March 17, 1985
The Village Voice, review of Complete Electric Discharge by Deborah Jowitt, Mar.13, 1984
The New York Times, review of Complete Discharge by Anna Kisselgoff, Feb 25, 1984
Newsday, review of Paid on Both Sides by Amei Wallach, May 18, 1983
The New York Times, review of Scream at Me tomorrow by Jack Anderson, March 23, 1983