Some of my photos were included in LA Weekly‘s article featuring Art Los Angeles Contemporary and the Opening Night performance by artist Alison O’Daniel with the Centennial High School marching band (Compton).
This past May I was asked to shoot some photos of Evan Nesbit in his studio for his gallery Roberts & Tilton. I’m always intrigued with the artist process, so following Evan around the studio was a delightful way to spend an afternoon.
I’m excited to share some photographs I shot for Clockshop‘s One Body of Water event last month. One Body of Water was a new performance by artist Carolina Caycedo, developed in response to the Bowtie Parcel. One Body of Water intertwines the stories of three contested rivers of the Americas: the Magdalena (Colombia), Yaqui (Mexico), and Elwha (Washington, US) rivers. Resonating with indigenous oral traditions, Caycedo and her collaborators embody the voice of the rivers around a fire, inviting us to shift the way we think about nature, and how we interact with non-human bodies. The performance began with a blessing by the Gabrielino Tongva Tribe.
Above image: Exploring Roundhouse Shines (at the Bowtie Project) at dusk.