Photography, Portfolio

Portfolio – CV

Online Photography portfolio:

Ohio State University; BFA, Photography, 2015
Columbus State Community College; A.A., Digital Photography, 2012

Computer Skills/Experience

Working experience in Adobe CS6 and CC Suite notably Photoshop, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Illustrator, & Flash, Adobe Lightroom 4, Premiere, Final Cut, Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and HTML.

Photographic Experience

Columbus Calling: Contributing Photographer 2015-present
Wexner Center for the Arts: Staff Photographer, 2009-present Contributing Photographer, 2009-2014
Columbus State Community College: Staff Photographer, 2010-2012
Alternative Press Magazine: Contributing Photographer, 2007-present
Freelance: Experience in music photography, weddings, events, 2006-present

Group Exhibitions

83 Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, July 2010
Enigma Gallery, Columbus, Ohio,March 2011
Downtown Digital Arts Festival, Columbus, Ohio, April 2011
Columbus Arts Festival, Columbus, Ohio, June 2011
Travonna Coffee House, Columbus, Ohio, August 2011
Travonna Coffee House, Columbus, Ohio, December 2011
83 Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, July 2012
The Photo League: Beginnings, Columbus, Ohio, November 2012
Travonna Coffee House, Columbus, Ohio, February 2013
Travonna Coffee House, Columbus, Ohio, April 2013
83 Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, January 2014
Short North Coffee House, Columbus, Ohio, Resident artist April 2014-present
RAW Artists, Columbus, Ohio, December 2014
Ease Gallery, Columbus, Ohio, January 2015
Urban Arts Space BFA Show, Columbus, Ohio, May 2015


Photography published in 614 Magazine, Columbus Monthly, Columbus Alive, The Other Paper, Live Local, Dayton City Paper, Columbus Dispatch, Street Speech, Cleveland Visitor’s Guide, and Columbus Alive’s 7th Year Photography Competition: Top Documentary Photo.

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Portfolio – Projectionist Project

“The projectionist is a magician. His main prop is an elaborate, costly machine designed to kid our senses with an illusion of reality.” – Popular Science, 1949.
Every year there are less projectionists and people working in movie projection. My goal is to document these remaining theaters before they are gone forever.

These photos, along with projectionist stories, were originally published in Celluloid Shadows.

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