CURRENT AND UPCOMING
The Criminal Type
September 7—October 26, 2019
Opening Reception: September 6 6-8pm
New York NY
2019 Center Annual Exhibition
July 3rd—September 1 2019
Houston Center for Photography
Re-Making The Mark
May 31—September 7 2019
Gregory Allicar Museum in partnership with The Center for Fine Art Photography
Fort Collins CO
Interviewed by Kris Graves for the Houston Center for Photography.
Images featured in The Atlantic as part of a story on The Mississippi Delta’s History of Black Land Theft.
The Criminal Type, curated by Elizabeth Breiner, exhibited at apexart.
Appointed to the position of Assistant Professor at the University of Arkansas School of Art.
Worked featured in a New York Times Magazine and ProPublica collaboration: Digital Jail: How Electronic Monitoring Drives Defendants Into Debt.
Works from At No Point In Between selected for the Labs New Artists III exhibition at Red Hook Labs.
Works from Fade Like A Sigh featured on Aint-Bad.
Selected as one of Magenta Foundation’s Flash Forward 2019 Top 100.
Awarded the Beth Block Juried Membership Honoraria as a part of the 2019 Center Annual Exhibition at the Houston Center for Photography.
Solo exhibition of At No Point In Between at The Mast.
Named a finalist for the 2019 Aperture Portfolio Prize.
Solo exhibition of At No Point In Between exhibited at The University of the Arts.
Corrections exhibited at Coastal Carolina University.
Prison Nation, curated by Aperture Foundation, exhibited at the Southeast Museum of Photography.
Led a collaborative book making workshop with students at the Missouri State University Art and Design Department.
Invited to give a panel discussion about collaboration with artists Rana Young, David Johnson, and Philip Morris at the National Society for Education Conference.
Interviewed by Lodoe-Laura Haines-Wangda for LensCulture.
Selected for PDN 30, including work shot for Topic Magazine, The New York Times, and The New Yorker.
One of 160 artists selected to attend the 7th annual New York Portfolio Review sponsored by the New York Times Lens column, Craig Newmark Graduate School of Journalism at CUNY, and United Photo Industries.
Works from Fade Like A Sigh featured in Issue 119 of Fraction Magazine.
Works from At No Point In Between included in Gravity of Perception, a group exhibition at the Center for Visual Art. Exhibiting artists include: Tya Anthony, Marcella Ernest, Kris Graves, Xaviera Simmons, Lorenzo Triburgo, and Krista Wortendyke.
Fade Like a Sigh exhibited at the University of Georgia.
Prison Nation, curated by Aperture Foundation, exhibited at the Cleveland Public Library.
Delivered a lecture at Emporia State University for their Art Forum Visiting Artist Lecture Series.
Featured on Topic.com as a part of their series Federal Project No. 2.
Invited to speak at Point Park University as a part of their Artist Lecture Series.
Invited to speak at Silver Eye Center for Photography with Terence Washington.
Invited to speak at Syracuse University as a part of the Transmedia Colloquium Series.
Participated in a panel discussion at the California Institute of Integral Studies with Denise Boston and Rodney Brazier.
Selected as one of the twelve artists for the 2019 Light Work Artists-in-Residence Program.
At No Point In Between published on Aint-Bad.
Work from At No Point In Between selected for Aint-Bad Issue No. 13.
Shortlisted for the 2018 Lucie Foundation Emerging Artist Scholarship.
Works from Fade Like A Sigh shown as a part of The Best of LensCulture Vol 2. at Cour de l’Archevêché, The Voies Off Festival, Arles, France.
Invited to jury the Lit List, a competition recognizing and awarding the outstanding work of photographers who are womxn, femmes, trans, non-binary people of color, or otherwise underrepresented artists.
Wins first place Lenscratch Student Prize.
Work included in The Ones We Love's first online exhibition, Portraits.
An image from Fade Like A Sigh included in TAGTAGTAG's 5x5: "Family Disrupted" by Jon Feinstein.
Joins the University of Arkansas School of Art as a Visiting Assistant Professor of Photography.
Invited to jury Omaha Creative Institute's artist grants.
Images in The New Yorker as a part of a story about wrongfully convicted individuals recently exonerated in Chicago, IL.
An image from Re-Making The Mark selected as the cover of the June issue of The Sun Magazine.
Invited to take part in a panel discussion on institutionalized racism at The Union for Contemporary Art with photographer Kris Graves and playwright Denise Chapman.
MFA Thesis Exhibition Re-Making The Mark at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln
Published a short essay in Epistem Magazine by the Prindle Institute for Ethics at DePauw University.
A review of Aperture’s Prison Nation exhibition in the Village Voice.
Works from Fade Like A Sigh exhibited at Klompching Gallery for the 2017 LensCulture Emerging Talent Awards.
A review of Aperture's Prison Nation published by The Nation.
Exhibited images from Corrections in the exhibition Prison Nation at Aperture Foundation alongside artists Deborah Luster, Steven Tourlentes, and Nigel Poor.
Delivered a lecture at the National SPE Conference in Philadelphia, PA.
Spoke with a group of photography students about sustaining long-term projects at the Borough of Manhattan Community College with collaborator Rana Young.
Awarded a 2018 SPE Award for Innovations in Imaging.
A selection of images from Corrections published in Aperture Issue No. 230, Prison Nation
Second monograph, LOST, Omaha, published by Kris Graves Projects.
Named a winner of the Unheard Voices category of the Jacob Johnson Memorial Grants.
Collaborated with Rana Young on a series of images for 'Some Days Just Are' curated by Tara Wray for the Huffington Post.
Corrections shortlisted for the first annual Lucie Photo Book Prize.
Fade Like A Sigh featured on Hyperallergic.
Images from Fade Like A Sigh published in Aint-Bad Magazine's Issue No. 12: Curator's Choice.
Images published in the October issue of Harper's Magazine.
Participated in a panel discussion with the New York Times at Photoville.
Interviewed by Pete Brook for Huck Magazine in an article about photographers looking at the criminal justice system.
Interviewed by Stuart Chittenden on LIVES Radio Show.
Fade Like A Sigh featured on The British Journal of Photography.