Congratulations to Blanca Bonilla on her film, Latino Pioneers in Boston. Event is free at the Boston Public Library, Copley Square, Thursday, May 27, Registration required. I was grateful to be a part of Blanca’s creative team doing still photos during some of the interviews. Inspiring stories of people who changed Boston for the better.
Art projects honoring environmental and labor activists. Freelance photography & workshops for organizations in the Boston area.
Super excited to have print in the group show “The Lighter Side” at the Woody Gaddis Gallery in Edmond, OK and awesome that it is near my former classmates from the photo program at University of Colorado, Boulder. Shout out to Margie & Mo!!!
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) Grateful for recent opportunity to create new art for an installation featuring 6 Boston-area artists: Gonzalo Bacigalupe, Stephanie Li, Jasmine Milton, Megan Walsh, Sam Weinberger and me, Lisa Link : ) Each artist’s piece was printed on 40×14.4′ vinyl sails for the exterior installation and on 20×12′ freestanding displays for the interior installation. This was an especially meaningful process for me because an immediate family member is a Boston EMT. According to the exhibit organizers, the mission of this art installation was to: Create a temporary art exhibit on the front of the BCEC,…
Grateful and honored to be part of the creative team for Latino Pioneers in Boston, produced and directed by Blanca Bonilla. This project includes a documentary, a magazine, and a portrait exhibition featuring the stories of eight pioneers and their migration journeys. My role was portrait photography and poster design. I truly loved creating these posters and working with Blanca who provided all the text for each poster from the interviews she conducted with the pioneers. The exhibit was on display in the Mayor’s Neighborhood Gallery, Boston City Hall, September 1-30, 2021. Most photos here are from the celebration on…
Excited to have a design accepted for the exhibition: Undefeated: Canvas(s)ing the Politics of Voter Suppression Since Women’s Suffrage exhibition with West Virginia University Libraries. Every vote counts! Getting ready for November. Check out their website with many artists and lots of educational resources about voting/history/democracy.Lead Curator: Sally Brown Deskins; Lead Designer: Eve Faulkes; Online Designer: Travis Williamson.
Super excited to see gallery photos & listen to the mp4 of the juror’s talk at the Moon Gallery. Photos courtesy of gallery director and art professor Brad Adams, Berry College. Dr. Catherine Lewis, juror. Press Release
For January excited to have work in two shows. One at Studios on the Park in Paso Robles, CA called Keeping the Faith. Thank you to curator Ellen November for organizing and if you are reading this and in that area stop by!. Second show is Calamity at Berry College in Georgia. Juror’s talk on January 27. Finally gratitude to the organizers of the No Hate/No Fear march in NYC last week. So inspiring to march and see positive messages.
Excited to participate in the Concord Art Ramble 2019. Thank you to Curator Jess Muise, Umbrella Arts Center and everyone who worked on the Art Ramble. Big thanks to people for participating in the photo walk.