Title: Troublemaker #2 (2017) Medium: mattress bag and plastic wrap
Title: Troublemaker #3 (2017) Medium: mattress bag and plastic wrap
Title: Troublemaker #1 (2017) Medium: mattress bag and plastic wrap
Title: Float (2016) Medium: paper, latex, helium
Title: untitled (2015) Medium: paper
Title: untitled (2015) Medium: paper
Title: untitled (2015) Medium: plastic, water, electrical tape
Title: Seven Pictures a Day, Version Three (2014) Medium: 441 paper pinhole negatives; plastic sleeves Dimensions: approx. 2.5′ x 22.25’ (individual negatives measure 3 in x 3 in)
Title: Seven Pictures a Day, Version Two (2014) Medium: 441 archival inkjet prints made from GP3 120 film developed with caffenol; baltic birch plywood Dimensions: approx. 2.5′ x 16.5’ (individual photos measure 6 cm x 9 cm)
Title: Seven Pictures a Day, Version One (2011) Medium: 147 archival inkjet prints made from paper negatives taken with seven handmade pinhole cameras; baltic birch plywood Dimensions: 2’3” x 6’11” (individual photos measure 3” x 3”)
Title: 999 Pictures (that I am in), 2013-14 Medium: 999 archival inkjet prints made from 35mm film Dimensions: variable (individual photographs measure 4 in x 6 in)
Finishing up some newly redesigned pinhole cameras for the final(?) project in my Seven Pictures a Day series.
Exhibition: Zine Show (2014) Location: Lincoln Arts Project, Waltham, MA Curators: Pat Falco and Elliott Anderson
Exhibiting Artists: Abbeth Russell, Anna Jo Beck, Audrey Collins, Brian Butler, Caitlin Duennebier, Charlotte & Skye, Dave Mahan, Dave Ortega, Diana Clarke, E.K. Harper, Elaine Bay, Evoker, Greg Lamarche, Jared Friedman & Ben Mosca, Maria Molteni, Mr. Never, Papee Thirawat, Rachel Stanton, Raul Gonzalez III, Rory Hamovit, RPBink, Scott Bakal, Studio For Interrelated Media, Tim McCool, Trifecta Editions
Title: untitled, issue no. 1 (2014) Medium: Ink on newsprint, Compact Disc, packaging Dimensions: 180 x 260 mm (16 pages) Edition: 99
This was a test for a project that is in the planning stages. I turned my living room into studio space for a few moments while I tested out filling the space with a pile of index cards – my way of sketching in real time. Now that I have a sense of size and space I can move forward – super psyched!
So, so excited to use this camera in an upcoming project. These are color test shots for a series of photos I’ll be starting soon – my first venture into color film (which I’ll be trying to develop in my trusty home darkroom [which doubles as my bathroom]).
This is a Nikon L35AF, a fully automatic 35mm film camera that hearkens back to the glorious 80s. So many things new I’ll be trying in this next project!
These were just a few of the results from some color test shots. I came upon the Bencini Koroll II and fell in love with its split frame capabilities – not for the split frame itself but because it quite literally gives me twice the number of images from a single roll of film. This is important and practical when you are intending on making 441 pictures total, which can get expensive on 120 film…
I used this camera (though not this film – I ended up opting for b&w) for my nearly-completed Seven Pictures a Day, Version Two project.
Exhibition: Practice: Artist Educators (2013) Location: Arnheim Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, MA
Exhibiting Artists: Charlene Xu, Curtis Grynkewicz, Diana Clarke, Jessica Khamarji, Reid MacPherson
Exhibition: Slowness (2013) Location: Howard Arts Project, Dorchester, MA Curator: Chris Ford
Exhibition: Alter-Ego II: a photographic exploration of all things not digital (2012) Location: Nave Gallery, Somerville, MA Curator: Greer Muldowney Photo Credit: All photos courtesy Frank Armstrong
Exhibition: A Private Glimpse (2011) Location: Rubin-Frankel Gallery, Boston University, Boston, MA Jurors: Emily Corbato, artist and resident scholar at Brandeis University; Harold Reddicliffe, Associate Professor of Art at Boston University; Stuart Steck, Assistant Professor of Art History and Critical Studies at Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University
Exhibition: By Hook or By Crook (2010) Location: Lincoln Arts Project, Waltham, MA Curators: Pat Falco and Elliott Anderson Photo Credit: All photos courtesy Lincoln Arts Project
Title: Day Boxes, Version Two (2011) Medium: book board; linen; additional mixed media Dimensions: individual boxes measure 2” x 2”
Title: Day Boxes, Version One (2010) Medium: book board; linen; additional mixed media Dimensions: individual boxes measure 2” x 2”
Title: Eleven Pictures of One Day (2010) Medium: 11 inkjet prints made from paper negatives taken with eleven handmade pinhole cameras (positives, negatives, and cameras used are all displayed); paper pinhole cameras; book board Dimensions: individual photos measure 7/8” x 7/8”