Menil Collection, Houston, Texas

2015Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2016-04-29

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Jumeirah Beach Residence, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

2016Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2016-04-22

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Thames, Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

2016Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2016-04-15

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 31410 (Allepei, Kerala, India)

2003Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2016-04-08

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Turin, Italy

2015Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2016-04-01

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Colony, Wyoming

2013Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2016-03-04

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 18917 (Scarborough Maine)

2001Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2016-02-26

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Jesus Saves, Silver City, New Mexico

2013Archival pigment print

10x10”Posted: 2016-02-19

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Pineville, Missouri

2013Archival pigment print

10x10”Posted: 2016-02-12

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Chapel, Waco, Texas

2015Archival pigment print

10x10”Posted: 2016-02-05

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 142006 (New York City, New York)

2014 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2016-01-29

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Juliaetta, Idaho

2013Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2016-01-22

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Swimming pool, Austin, Texas

2015Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2016-01-15

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 80415 (Auburn, Maine)

2008Archival Pigment Print

12x12"Posted: 2016-01-08

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Grand Canal, Dublin, Ireland

2015Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2016-01-01

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Cherry Pickers, Southie (Boston, MA)

2014Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2015-12-25

Edition: 0

Price: $250

New York City Department of Records, 2015, Archival pigment print, 10x10".

2015Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2015-12-18

"The archives are housed in the basement of the Department of Records -- a run down stoic building on Chambers Street. We wandered around shelves and shelves of city blue prints, hand bound leather books with census data in cursive writing. And boxes of crime scenes, occasionally, Quinn pulling an 8x10 black and white negative, holding it up to a light, three of us gather around - a murder – we could make out a body lying on the floor, maybe a pool of blood? Too gruesome for Instagram? I think of these archives in relation to my own work -- I save everything. Every boarding pass, every hello and goodbye note, every flower someone once gave me, every drawing a child scrawled, sugar packets and concert tickets. Sarah, my former photography professor came with me on the tour, given to us by Quinn, a former student of mine. Three generations of Hampshire College photographers, a real life archive."

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Stairwell, tower on the Passion facade (Basílica de la Sagrada Familia), Barcelona, Spain

2015Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2015-12-11

I’m taking a break from writing this week to catch my breath and look at beautiful things.

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Candle Flowers, Paris, France

2015Archival Pigment Print

10x10"Posted: 2015-12-04

"A reporter, interviewing me about what happened in Paris, what I felt in Paris -- asked what I meant by “raw emotions.” I didn’t say. I didn’t know, then. It felt like this, late Sunday night, early Monday morning: like my heart was dangling off the balcony. Like my heart, mine -- was suspended over the five story edge of the balcony at the flat to which we returned, after standing, for a long time, beside the candle flowers. It was very quiet. No sirens. For days there had been sirens. My friend Jeff, a journalist, and I spoke, quietly. We watched a man ride by on his bicycle. We watched three drunk kids stumble down our little street across from Boulevard Voltaire, and wondered if they were coming from the memorials. The boy veered away from the two women. They took the sidewalk, he staggered down the middle of the street. Maybe they weren’t together. Maybe he was harassing them. “Do you think we should do something?” I said. Jeff stood up. He was holding a pen. “Sure,” he said. “Journalism.” Then he dropped the pen. It landed on the edge. Below, the boy and the two girls came together again. They were together, after all, the three of them. My heart, everything I knew, still out over the edge. “Raw emotions.” The candle flowers. The theater across the road. Then Jeff said fuck it. He kicked the pen off the balcony. I started to laugh. Laughing. Because Jeff kicked his journalism pen off the balcony. Actually, it was *my* journalism pen. Jeff, the kind of investigative journalist who leaves home without his pen. My heart was still dangling, though, and there was nothing else to see that late Sunday night, early Monday morning, just these pictures on my phone, the candle flowers."

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 139503 (Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah)

2013 Archival pigment print

12x12" Posted: 2015-11-27

"Prelude: I was in Paris during the attacks: One of the things I learned, the power of honesty; If there was ever a time to support this work, it's now. I'm beaten down, last month Texas, now Paris. I don't have the energy to launch a holiday sale, to keep up the hustle right now. I just want to sleep and hope my mortgage will get paid. To those of you who have not been following us on Instagram, I went to Paris with my friend and writer, Jeff Sharlet. We wrote, photographed and edited together. Jeff and I met in Dublin, and then went to Paris. And were there during the attacks - we made a bunch of work collaboratively. Most of that work was painful; picturing grief. I think it's some of the best work I have ever done. But, this week after contemplative days of being home, I needed to write a story, one about Paris cliches. What we saw before Friday night. /// collaboration with Jeff Sharlet Jeff, so excited to show to me all of the things that make Paris beautiful. “Look,” he said pointing out on my side of the cab window, a trashcan that wasn’t big, black, daunting, but delicately made of bent steel, like a precious cage. “Look at that! -- the trashcans are even beautiful!” /// We arrived at our flat and Bertino, the care taker, showed us around, showed us his two silver skull rings, one with eyes of garnet, the other sapphire, and told us the important things of the neighborhood. I wandered onto the balcony while he was talking. Assumed that Jeff, being the journalist and all, was listening. But later he couldn’t remember that name or location of that good cheap restaurant on the street with the bakeries and wine stores. /// Oh well, who cares! We’re in Paris, I thought. We’ll go the brasserie on the corner. /// We got in the elevator. Jeff said, “sshh.” Every ride in the elevator was like this. He loved the quiet of the elevator swishing down the five stories. Clanking every now and again. /// We chose a table on the side walk. We wanted to take in Paris – all of it. The waiter came over and told us if we were eating we should move inside, or at the very least up one level off the street -- ½ inside -- ½ outside. No. I insisted we wanted to sit on the sidewalk. The waiter was French flabbergasted. Could not believe we wanted to eat a full meal on a sidewalk. How American, he must of thought. /// I was facing the street, Jeff facing me. I saw a young couple stop at the light, fumble for each other and kiss, “Look,” I said to Jeff, pointing. “A couple in love kissing on the corner in Paris!” "

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Paris, Sunday, November 15, 2015

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10” Posted: 2015-11-20

"collaboration with Jeff Sharlet. Saturday afternoon, in the new flat with Jeff and Sarah. Jeff’s student, stranded the night before. Jeff and I were supposed to leave Paris on Sunday. We talked about extending our trips. Sarah told us we should stay for three days. “Why?” I asked. “Three days of mourning,” she said. I thought to myself, a 19-year-old college student is smarter than me. /// Jeff said we lost a whole day of work time. That’s why we should stay. I corrected him, a day and a night. The day after the killings, we actually said this to each other. Lost work time. We lost work time. /// Almost oblivious to the fact that we’d been working, since the moment on Friday night when we’d received a text: “Just wanted to let you know there’s been a shooting…” /// And almost oblivious to the fact that sometimes it’s okay to take a day off. Like maybe now would be the perfect time to take a day off. /// We stayed an extra day. We worked. And I took a nap. I remember as I fell asleep grabbing my phone to photograph the light, hitting the balcony door. /// I woke up and Jeff was standing on the balcony, telling me to look at the tangerine sky. "

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Price: $250

Rangeley, Maine

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10” Posted: 2015-11-13

collaboration/words Jeff Sharlet/image Tanja Hollander///Tanja tells me a story about the family to whom this house belongs, about the famous artists who once lived in this Maine mountain town. “Wegman still works there,” she says. // “What about swimming?” I say. Tanja: “Swimming?” She used to be a long-distance swimmer. You duck under the ceiling fan that looks like a military helicopter about to lop off some hair and skin and peer through this window, a picture in the frame, and get yourself out of this dark room, over the trees, touch the water with your toes, start swimming – . // I’m not a swimmer, so I’ve no idea what happens next. What it feels like in your arms, your gut, your hips, your calves. // It’d been a bad winter for Tanja, the winter before this picture. “Write about that?” I say. Tanja: “It was a bad winter for everybody in New England.” Me: “What about yours?” She thinks. “Three suicides,” she says. Checks herself. “Two. Two suicides and a heart attack. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and right after the New Year.” // She won’t tell those stories.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

#iAmValuable

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10” Posted: 2015-11-13

collaboration/words Jeff Sharlet/image Tanja Hollander///Tanja tells me a story about the family to whom this house belongs, about the famous artists who once lived in this Maine mountain town. “Wegman still works there,” she says. // “What about swimming?” I say. Tanja: “Swimming?” She used to be a long-distance swimmer. You duck under the ceiling fan that looks like a military helicopter about to lop off some hair and skin and peer through this window, a picture in the frame, and get yourself out of this dark room, over the trees, touch the water with your toes, start swimming – . // I’m not a swimmer, so I’ve no idea what happens next. What it feels like in your arms, your gut, your hips, your calves. // It’d been a bad winter for Tanja, the winter before this picture. “Write about that?” I say. Tanja: “It was a bad winter for everybody in New England.” Me: “What about yours?” She thinks. “Three suicides,” she says. Checks herself. “Two. Two suicides and a heart attack. Thanksgiving, Christmas, and right after the New Year.” // She won’t tell those stories.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 131213 (Marzocca di Senigallia, Ancona, Italy)

2013 Archival pigment print

12x12" Posted: 2015-10-30

"I just returned from two weeks on the road, starting in NYC and ending in Texas. Austin-Dallas-Houston-San Antonio-Austin in 5 days. It was a lot under the best of circumstances. I like to think of myself as prepared for travel and related snafus. And although taking risks is the name of this game, I am usually pretty calculated, even while going with the flow. What I thought was a major accident driving from Dallas to Houston (hours of standstill traffic) was actually massive flooding. Apparently I drove right into the eye of the storm, and found myself stranded in the worst part of it in Corsicana, Texas. I was completely unprepared. I checked the weather, almost stayed another night, but it cleared up when I left. I texted my friends in Houston. Everything was fine. Hours later I was figuring out where to park the car for the night so I wouldn’t wash away. As I’m settling into sleep a sense of fear sweeps over me. It’s not the rape/murder fear, or the fear I will drown - it’s a fear of the unknown that I haven’t ever felt in the almost five years of this project. I usually figure out a solution to the problems before me. But I realized at this point, I have no solutions. And I’m out of energy to find them. And I’m tired. And I want to quit. And I’m alone in the middle of the night in an alley in a small town in Texas. I’ve been asked a lot if it’s lonely both living and traveling alone. I always answer with a resounding NO. I don’t feel lonely, but what I am started to feel is exhausted. It’s not just the travel, just the art making, constant fundraising or literally maintaining a roof over my head (an e-mail to the roofer is next on my list). The combination of keeping all of it afloat, staying positive and cheering myself on has worn me down. All that being said, besides the floods, a broken iPhone, an extreme allergy attack, missing my bus to Maine and then getting home and immediately loosing power – the last two weeks were really great, so onward I will go, even if a lot weary."

Edition: 0

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New London, CT to Greenport, NY (by ferry)

2011 Archival pigment print

10x10”Posted: 2015-10-23

One of my all time favorite adventures was in the very beginning, October 2011. I met my friend Kyle in Providence, Rhode Island, we drove together in her 1982 Chevy delivery truck converted into a traveling letter press studio to Connecticut, took a ferry to Long Island and drove to Brooklyn. She spent the year driving up down and around the country giving workshops. I learned how to set type and even made a small edition of #ladyartistsunite cards!

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Barcelona, Spain

2016 Archival pigment print

10x10?Posted: 2015-10-16

Barcelona is one of my all time favorite cities - there is nothing better than picking a street to wander down and getting lost for hours absorbed in the architecture and warmth of Spain.

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Price: $250

Boston, MA to Dresden, Germany (by airplane)

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10?Posted: 2015-10-09

Unfortunately, after almost five years of constant travel, the novelty of being on a plane to somewhere new has all but worn off. But the awe of a window seat - dozing in and out of clouds and sunrises never gets old.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 139916 (Half Moon Bay, California)

2013 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-10-02

A couple of weeks ago, I was working late, preparing to leave town, and heard and then saw a car pull in my driveway. I live up a long country driveway, cars rarely pull in, especially at 9 PM. Partly, I?m curious. Partly, I have 9-1 entered on my phone. I hear a knock, and there is a young fellow on my doorstep. He introduces himself and I stare at him blankly. Then he says he has an @airbnb for the next three days. I correct him. No, it?s for next Thursday. We both take out our phones to check, and sure enough, I screwed up. I saw the reservation come in that morning, but assumed it was for next Thursday, while I was gone. I don?t rent my house while I?m in it. I talk a bunch about trust in this project. Mostly I talk about blind faith and humanity while traveling. I haven?t had to make a split second decision about trust - in my own house. I tell him that he is welcome to stay as long as he doesn?t mind that I?m also here, working until I leave on Saturday morning. He agrees that is better than a sleeping bag on the floor of his new office. So, I offered him a glass of bourbon. And next thing you know, we?re chatting at the kitchen table, becoming friends.

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Ancona to Venice, Italy (by train)

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10?Posted: 2015-09-25

Train travel through Europe has been one of the highlights of this project. The motion of a train is so different than that of a car - I love seeing little villages and farmland woosh by while listening to conversations in languages I don't understand. My sense of place becomes totally disrupted in the best possible way.

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Bandlands National Park, South Dakota

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10?Posted: 2015-09-18

If I were to take a guess at what driving on Mars is about, I picture it like the Badlands. These formations of sedimentary rock go for 60 miles, with twists and turns and incredible views of expansive prairies.

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Price: $250

Huntington Gardens, Pasedena, California

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10?Posted: 2015-09-11

One of the greatest parts of this project is getting to know cities all over the world. I've been to Los Angeles many times to photograph and it has become one of my favorite cities to explore. I love the gardens, the sweet smell of jasmine and how much people value and create outdoor spaces as part of their homes. Most East Coasters think of LA as city of endless highways. Thanks to my friends Colin + Thaddeus, it's been a pleasure to discover the LA of museums, parks and trails through the hills.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 1311703 (Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah)

2013 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-09-04

I was driving across country when I got an e-mail from my friend Emily in Vermont, asking if I'd meet her in Salt Lake City. She needed someone to look after her 8 year old son, Carter, while she was at a conference. We spent the week together going to parks, museums and thrift stores. He was incredibly patient while I photographed, but his true gift is a stellar thrift store companion. Not only did he help me shop, but he put together an entire outfit for himself in different shades of red.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Alley, Athens, Greece

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-08-28

I'm working my way through the thousands of snapshots and videos I have from the week in Greece - my old friend Petros' friends and family photo by photo becoming my friends and family. His daughter, Sophia and Maro dancing in the living room to YMCA. Road tripping to the beach. And then, this image. Elena taking me on a tour of "the real Athens." What an eccentric city Athens is. The layers of history collide in piercing light ancient ruins painted streets random bars in alleys.

Edition: 0

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Afternoon light, Houston, Texas

2014 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-08-21

I was in Houston for about a week, treated with luxury of my own room --an extension of Keliy's studio -- the blow up bed nestled in between floor to ceiling shelves that housed years and years of her negatives and tintypes, everything perfectly labeled. I remember waking up every morning thinking two things: She is way more productive than I am and I hope her archive doesn't fall on me in my sleep. But that's just a memory, the only image I have is the afternoon light hitting my door.

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Morning Coffee Spot, Turner, Maine (July 21, 2015)

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-08-14

I can't remember exactly when I started the MCS series. I think it was on my 2013 drive across country. I found myself waking up in so many unknown houses in so many unknown cities. Trying to find order in the chaos + unpredictability of life constantly on the road.

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Price: $250

Untitled 120704 (Moosehead Lake, Maine)

2012 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-08-07

I asked my acupuncturist if she would be interested in trading art for treatments. She wanted an image of Moosehead Lake, where her camp is. She met me at the general store because it's easier than giving directions, there aren't cars allowed on Mount Kineo, and the loggers and logging roads are terrifying. She had a six pack in the front seat and gun in glove box, just in case.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Dayton, Washington

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-07-31

This image was taken in Washington State on the drive from Portland, OR to Moscow, ID. The rolling hills and open skies of this leg of the trip had me stopping to photograph around every corner.

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Somes Pond, Mt. Desert Island, Maine

2014 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-07-24

Wendy, Joseph and I swam out to that rock in the middle of the pond and spent a lovely afternoon catching up. It's hard for me to stop photographing, even when I'm "on break." I strapped my underwater point + shoot to my bathing suit and photographed my swim to meet them.

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Price: $250

Dockside with Jack + August, Mere Point, Maine

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-07-17

This Friday is dedicated to my brand new nephew, Henry. And all the other friends having babies this summer. One of my all time favorite things is teaching the little ones how to swim and splashing around the ocean, lake, river, pool without a care in the world.

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Route 2, North Adams, Massachusetts

2014 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-07-10

One of my favorite New England drives is on Route 2 (the Mohawk Trail) into the Berkshires. I've done the drive countless times + see something new every time. This is at the hairpin turn before you get to North Adams.

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Truck Repair, Nelson, Missouri

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-07-03

There are not a lot of scenic vistas or parks along the drive from St. Louis to Kansas City, however the truck stops / rest areas / gas stations are top notch Americana. I especially love this image which feels like it could be land art or an installation piece.

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Price: $250

Untitled 66817 (Ein Bokek, Israel)

2006 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-06-26

I was commissioned to photograph in Israel to make an image for a Bar Mitzvah invitation. My guidelines were "something beautiful and not too religious." I travelled the country for weeks, and the winning image was taken from my hotel balcony overlooking The Dead Sea.

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Antelope Island State Park, Syracuse, Utah

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-06-19

Utah may win the prize for the most remarkable and diverse landscape in the country as well as an overwhelming amount of the best State and National Parks. I spent a day exploring Antelope Island, accessible by a causeway in the Great Salt Lake, and around every turn was a new scenic outlook?or heard of animals crossing the road

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Price: $250

Basílica i Temple Expiatori de la Sagrada Família, Barcelona, Spain

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-06-12

There is so much to say about Sagrada Família. Gaudi designed and started the church in 1884, he died in 1926 + estimated completion is 2028. Many of his original plans were destroyed by the Spanish civil war. There is much controversy over the building being true to his original design. It's a place of wonder and feels more like a museum than a church.

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Syros Island, Greece

2015 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-06-05

This image was taken on my way to the beach on Syros Island in Greece. I followed a little path on the top of a cliff down to the shore, and peeked over to see a couple of swimmers floating in the crystal clear water.

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Price: $250

Untitled 48602 (Scarborough, Maine)

2004 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-05-29

I photographed this side of the road marsh (part of the Rachel Carson Wildlife Preserve)for many years on my way to the beach in the early morning. It changes so dramatically based on tide and season. It's starting to fell like summer around here, warm, and everything is turning that vibrant green.

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Hardin, Montana

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-05-22

This image was taken on the drive from Yellowstone National Park to Rapid City, South Dakota. It's a side of the road image, which I found out later was very close to General Custer's Last Stand.

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Mojave National Preserve, California

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-05-15

This image was taken on the drive from Las Vegas to Los Angeles. I loved the unexpected beauty only miles outside of both cities. I loved taking back roads + winding through National parks + forests, too.

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Bar, Interior, South Dakota

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-05-08

This image was taken between Pine Ridge Indian Reservation and the Badlands National Park. Alcohol isn't allowed on the reservation, so as you as you cross the border, it's flanked with liquor stores and bars.

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Price: $250

Untitled 94706 (La Napoule, France)

2009 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-05-01

I was lucky enough to do a residency in the South of France (in a castle!) at the end of 2009. This was the first time I had entire month to just make art. It allowed me the time and freedom to work through many ideas, and in the end was the start of the portrait work. This was the only landscape I took, and reminds me both of that time and a new beginning. Since I?m in Europe finishing up the portraits here, it seemed to be a good time to offer this one up.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Mt. Tam, California

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-04-24

This image was taken with my iphone on my 'day off'. I decided a day in nature without my camera was what I needed after back to back shoots in San Francisco. I kicked myself all day - the fog was so perfect and the spring colors so crisp.

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Untitled 30713 (Varkala, Kerala, India)

2003 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-04-17

This image was taken on from a cliff over looking the Beach. A bunch of friends went to Calcutta for a wedding, and then exploring the country after. This was my favorite spot in all of our adventures in India.

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Whitman, Nebraska

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-04-10

This image was taken on the drive from Lincoln, NE to St.Louis, MO. The train and I were side by side for hours, it would stop, I would stop, but somehow we kept reconnecting all day long.

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Weed, California

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-04-03

This images was taken on the drive from San Francisco to Portland, OR. It was a long drive, but a perfect day, which made for this perfect reflection.

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Untitled 91910 (Phippsburg, Maine)

2009 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-03-27

Every time I go to visit my friends Sarah and Peter, I photograph the view from their back porch. This is one of my favorite spots in Maine, right on the Kennebec River, and one of the few times, I got the essence of summer in Maine right. The green of marsh grass and the fog before it burns off in the morning.

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Salton Sea State Recreation Area, California

2014 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-03-20

On my way from LA to Tucson, I stopped by the Salton Sea. It's hard to describe the beauty of this place without also describing the horrifying smell, the mounds of trash, the abandoned everything including cars on the beach, dead fish everywhere - and by everywhere, I mean everywhere. It has fallen victim to faulty planning, irrigation and general disregard by the Local, State and Federal governments. But somehow, against all odds, wildlife still exists and if you hold your breath, watch your step and look in the right direction, it really is spectacular.

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Price: $250

Grid of 16 Post-it notes

2015 Archival pigment print

16x16"Posted: 2015-03-13

I have been asking the question, What is a real friend? to thousands of people all over the world and asking them to write their response on a post-it note. This is a grid of 16 on my favorites.

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Young goats, Twig Farm, West Cornwall, Vermont

2014 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-03-09

I took this photograph while visiting friends (and their goats) at Twig Farm in Vermont. Michael makes excellent goat cheese and it's always fun to hang out with the goats-such personality! These guys are about 6 months old and ready to play!

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Price: $250

Untitled 40308 (Placencia, Belize)

2004 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-02-27

I took this photograph watching the sun rise in Placencia, Belize. It was my first time travelling alone on "vacation" and my first time in the Caribbean. I'm not usually one for schmaltzy sunrises, but I love the quiet calm of this image. And it's a perfect way to say good-bye to February and this brutal winter.

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Price: $250

Ancona, Italy

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-02-20

This image was taken from my hotel balcony before I lectured at an art/design/architecture festival that took place on the beach. This week I needed to be reminded of beach umbrellas and swimming in the Adriatic Sea.

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Bonneville Speedway, Utah,

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-02-13

This image was taken on my way to the Bonneville Salt Flats. Once I got outside of Salt Lake City, I saw some of the most remarkable landscapes in the country. Often times I was the only car on the road and I spent more time photographing my route than my actual destination.

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Hydra, Greece

2014 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-02-06

I went to photograph my friend Petros in Athens. He suggested that since I had an extra day in Greece, I take the ferry to Hydra. He called a friend who gave me the keys to his beautiful + ancient house. I took this image as I was wandering into town to grab dinner. I could barely believe my eyes.

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Price: $250

Untitled 141812 (Wells, Maine)

2014 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-01-30

I have been photographing this marsh next to my aunt and uncle's house for almost 10 years. I finally made the picture I wanted last summer.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Rest Stop, I40 Westbound, Gray County, Texas

2013 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-01-23

As I sort through images of this project, I'm finding my favorites are the ones I least expect. Little moments like this when I pull over at a rest stop, taken with my iphone. It brings me right back to the feeling of being alone on the road, the quiet contemplation that happens while driving across country. The time where my only job was getting from point A to B and absorbing everything I possibly could.

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Untitled 139806 (Half Moon Bay, California)

2013 Archival pigment print

12x12"Posted: 2015-01-16

Edition: 0

Price: $250

Sarcoxie, Missouri

2012 Archival pigment print

10x10"Posted: 2015-01-02

Edition: 0

Price: $250