The following showcases my published work and gallery exhibitions.
Wael and Anna - Smooth Sailing CD - November 2019
An image I captured of Wael and Anna playing in Jackson Square in the New Orleans French Quarter was on the front cover of their new CD released in November 2019.
American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) Weekly Update, August 2019
An image I captured of New Orleans Jazz Saxophonist Daniel "Weenie" Farrow's nearly 100-year-old saxophone at Preservation Hall in New Orleans, Louisiana was included in ASMP's Weekly Update newsletter (August 30th, 2019). I worked with Daniel back in June 2018. During our time together, he mentioned that he got his saxophone 68 years ago and that she was 92 years old!
Memento Mori - An Exihibition on the Fragility of Human Life
The Second Story Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana
Gallery Exhibition. May 11, 2019 to June 28, 2019
In the Memento Mori exhibition, the artists explored the fragility of human life, reminding viewers of their mortality through two-dimensional artworks in various media, including painting, drawing, photography, mixed media and collage. The Second Story Gallery's exhibition included the work of more than 30 New Orleans-area artists. My photo titled "Exit Only" was also used on the exhibition's announcement.
Few music festivals are as rich, profound, and joyous as the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, now entering its 50th year. Jazz Fest has exuberantly expressed the unique confluence in New Orleans of Native American, African, Caribbean, European, Hispanic, and Asian communities. The limited edition box set delivers the sights and sounds of being at Jazz Fest for those who have not yet been there, and rekindles memories for the hundreds of thousands who return to New Orleans year after year.
The set includes 5 discs, over 300 minutes of music, and a beautifully designed 136-page book.
Three of my photographs are include in the book. Page 46 includes a photograph of Chef Susan Spicer during her cooking demo at the 2018 Jazz Fest. Page 47 includes a photo of Thomas Nguyen working at the Ba Mien's food booth. And lastly, the photo on page 72 showing festival goers walking towards the large Jazz Fest archway.
50! Five Decades OF Jazz Fest, 2019 Jazz Fest
An exhibition in the Grand Stands on the festival grounds of Jazz Fest
A Joint Exhibition by Smithsonian Folkways Recordings and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation.
Jazz Fest is golden. It has been from the start. The glimmer of the setting sun, music swimming in your ears, and the joy of being in the epicenter of such remarkable music, food and culture. 50! Five Decades of Jazz Fest exhibition is based on the Smithsonian Folkways Recordings box set Jazz Fest: The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. This joint exhibition with the Smithsonian Folkways Recordings and the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation, explores the roots of the Festival with decades of posters, images and ephemera from the box set and the Jazz & Heritage Archive.
Three of my photographs were included in the exhibition and displayed on both weekends of the 50th anniversary of Jazz Fest, April 25-28, 2019 and May 2-5, 2019.
Off The Grid, An Exhibition by Where Y'art
Gallery Exhibition. April 2019 to July 2019, The Old No. 77 Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana
“Off the Grid” explores the uncommon, the unmeasured, the surreal; a counterbalance to what you think you already know about New Orleans. It is an invitation to connect and experience New Orleans beyond the superficial and explore the City at it’s rawest level. Get to the know the stories behind the people, places and sentiment that shape the New Orleans. Dare to discover something new; something personal. It’s the network of experiences that define our culture and connect us to each other. It’s what unites us as a community. Your road map awaits.
The photograph titled "The Pause" was also displayed during a WWL TV interview with Cat Todd and Collin Ferguson of Where Y'art. Link to interview:
American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) Weekly Update, March 2019
An image I captured of New Orleans' American Delta Blues guitarist, Little Freddie King, at BJ's Bywater Lounge was included in ASMP's Weekly Update newsletter (March 15th, 2019).
Use the following link to see more photos from the Little Freddie King photoshoot:
tasc Performance's Take Control Challenge, January 2019
Several of my images of tasc ambassador Jill Marie Kenyon were used throughout tasc Performance's Take Control Challenge. The month long challenge provided information and incentives to the participants.
The participants were provided healthy eating tips and challenges from registered dietitians, fitness tips and challenges from fitness experts, motivational tips from seasoned coaches, exclusive access to tasc discount codes and special deals, and information to sign up for weekly giveaways.
Streets of New Orleans, New Orleans Art Center, December 2018
Gallery Exhibition, December 8th, 2018 to January 5th, 2019, New Orleans, Louisiana
Four images were included in the exhibition titled "Streets of New Orleans" . The exhibition was curated by Don Marshall, Executive Director of The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and Foundation. One image was the featured image on the PhotoNOLA website.
Little Freddie King
Diamond in the Square
Lusher Charter School, November 2018
New Orleans, LA
An image I captured during Lusher's 2017 Homecoming football game was included in the brochure provided at the school's 2018 Open House.
Lusher Charter School: www.lusherschool.org
Brochure and folder design by Heather Harper-Cazayoux
Melange Dance Company Promos, Oct/Nov 2018
New Orleans, Louisiana
Several photos taken during two photo shoots where used by Melange Dance Company to promote their production titled "La Resistance" on various social media platforms and websites.
tasc Performance, August 2018
Several images from a photo shoot with tasc Performance ambassador Jill Marie Kenyon (@bigeasykenyons) were used by Tasc on an email about their new Fall 2018 line and a blog post about Jill Marie. Additional photos will be used on Tasc's social media platforms.
Link to blog post:
tasc's website: www.tascperformance.com
Images from photo shoot:
WHOA Racing Company, June 2018
Whoa Racing Company used several of my images taken during their 2017 Beast for A Day trail race on a custom postcard to promote their amazing trail races.
Tulane University Magazine, June 2018
A portion of one of my photos was published on Page 28 with Hannah holding a sign. The article interviewed Alexa Lambert and Monica Ordoñez, both graduates of Tulane University (New Orleans, LA) and both lead Melange Dance Company. Great article! #herstory #metoo
inRegister, April 2018
Four of my photos from WHOA Racing's trail race "The Seige" was published on Page 63, 64, 66, and 67 in the April 2018 edition of inRegister Magazine (www.inregister.com). The article, Tough Love, written by Mark Clements, included an interview with WHOA Racing's Walker Higgins. Note: The magazine cover and four other photos used where not my photos.
New Orleans French Market, March 2018
New Orleans, Louisiana
Two of my French Market photos were selected and hung in the New Orleans French Market in the French Quarter as part of the New Orleans Tricentennial - The 300th Anniversary.
Loyola University New Orleans Women's Resource Center's
The Feminist Forum Magazine, March 2018
The cover photo and photos on Pages 23 and 25 where captured during a promo photo shoot in January 2018. The spread and interview with Artistic Director and Choreographer Monica Ordoñez was about the inspiration behind HerStory's return with a force as the journey towards gender equity gains strength. #metoo
Trail Runner Magazine, March 2017
An image of a trail runner during Q50 Races Cinco de Mayo trail race in Fontainebleau State Park in Mandeville, LA was published on Page 24 and Page 25 in the March 2017 edition of Trail Runner Magazine.
Q50 Races' New 4 ft x 8 ft Banner
A photo of a trail runner during Q50 Races' Trail Relays in Bogue Chitto State Park, Franklinton, LA.was licensed to Q50 Races for use on their new 4 foot by 8 foot banner.