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).


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)