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October 31, 2022

October 31, 2022
Today VISIBLE Magazine published the first op-ed I wrote as a Public Voice Fellows with The OpEd Project

The piece is called We're Failling to Protect Disabled Kids. Here's How to Change That. Disabled kids experience abuse at a far higher rate than their non-disabled peers, the piece builds awareness regarding this counterintuitive, heartbreaking reality and offers steps toward change. You can read it here

Giant thanks to Veronica Rueckert, my Public Voices Fellowship Coach, for her patient, insightful guidance through this new-to-me process! 

October 2022

I presented a paper entitled Anti-ableist teaching strategies and disablity life photography at 'Currents', the Midwest Society for Photographic Education's October 2022 Chapter Conference in Cincinnati.

The paper was published with small edits on the Hampton Institute's Hampton Think website on November 5, 2022

In late October I presented a paper entitled You make me sick: Notes from a crip photo prof. at SECAC in Baltimore as part of the 'Making Academic Accessible' panel discussion.

Thank you to all the folks making spaces to foreground conversations and ideas about ability, belonging, and equity.

May-July 2022

Incredibly grateful to be shortlisted for this year's Palm* Photo Prize. Check out the full shortlist here. The shortlisted works will be on view at the 10 14 Gallery in London until July 15th. 

December 2021

I'm excited to share that photographs from 'Flora Imperfecta' are now part of the Midwest Photographers Project at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago. A huge 'thank you' to both Karen Irvine at the MoCP for the invitation and the wonderful folks at LATITUDE for the connect <3<3 You can see my portfolio online here. Really grateful to be part of a project from which I've gained inspiration for more than a decade. 

On view October 2-December 9, 2021

On view October 2-December 9, 2021
20: PrattMWP Celebrating 20 Years is on view at the PrattMWP Gallery, located within the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Museum of Art, Fountain Elms building in Utica, NY. You can learn more about the exhibition here. I'm honored to represent my PrattMWP graduation year and to share 3 images (including the one above) from The Forest Rests Also In You alongside works from so many makers I admire.