The amazing luxury of being an artist is that you build a life determined by your interests.
My images are personal, intimate, magical, and retrospective.
I get to set up what becomes a genuine experience and that is significantly more important to me than the art artifact.
Lyon was not the run-of-the-mill concerned photographer hoping for photographic notoriety; he was seeking revolution.
Gutmann was as interested in American vernacular as he was in European formalism.
The Great Migration Series is an epic visual narrative of the collective experiences of dislocation, racism and hope.
My work explores the ways in which photography is used to illustrate concepts of the Beautiful and the Sublime in contemporary visual culture.
‘Schools for the Colored’ depict the buildings and landscapes that were associated with the system of racially segregated schools.