2010: The year we made updates

It’s been some time since I’ve made updates to my site, and I hope to remedy that problem. What’s happening now: I currently have a photograph up at SPACE as part of ‘Free for all 2’. It’s from the Kitchen’s Project series, which I have hopes to continue with. The image I selected was from the wonderful Portland restaurant Evangeline. ┬áImages from that series need … Continue reading 2010: The year we made updates

From the Inside IV

Fourteen members of the Maine College of Art staff will display work at the June Fitzpatrick Gallery at MECA from January 2 to January 26, 2008. An opening reception is scheduled for First Friday, January 4 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.. Participating artists are Nik Bsullak ’99, Jay Cornell ’03, Jill Dalton ’99, David Gillis, Erin Hutton ’99, Rachel Katz ’00 MFA, Colleen Kinsella, … Continue reading From the Inside IV

New: The Kitchens Project

DSC_2919.jpgIn July I started a new photographic series I’m calling “The Kitchens Project”. I’ll be photographing in Maine bakeries and restaurant kitchens. My “ins” thus far have been friends who own or work in kitchens. I started the project by photographing Zu Bakery [link|photos] in South Freeport, which is run by Barak Olins, former chef/owner of the original Cafe Uffa. I’ve also photographed The West End Deli [info|photos] on Spring Street in Portland (thanks to my friend Abby and others there).

Marty's

Next up is likely Bresca at 111 Middle Street in Portland. It’s the former site of Marty’s Luncheonette, a restaurant owned by my great aunt and uncle, Mary and Marty.

Why kitchens, restaurants and bakeries? Well, a few reasons: Continue reading “New: The Kitchens Project”

Collaborative Project/Site (Update II)

I’ve begun working on a new photography project with my friend Danielle Askini. She’s a writer, social worker and a trainer for The Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence (not to mention one of my favorite people). The idea for this project began while I was working on my family’s genealogy. As it turns out a few racist words were actually created on Ellis … Continue reading Collaborative Project/Site (Update II)