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1958  Born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Grows up in Arkansas, Texas, & Florida to retired US Army parents: father is Caucasian, mother is of Chinese & Japanese descent.


1977-1980 Attends University of South Florida, Tampa studying Fine Art and English Literature


1987 Moves to Boston, Massachusetts.  Works as a freelance video producer


1993-1994  Attends School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Now Tufts University) Graduates 1994 with Fifth Year Certificate


1994  Moves to New York City

1994  - Present: Divides time between NYC, Shelter Island, NY and Savannah, GA




This artist has a responsibility to work as an agent of social change. Art, and particularly photography with its inherent duality of “truth” vs. interpretation, must be rooted in the context of contemporary and historical events, and experience as lived.



September 23 - January 1, 2023  Color Code, The McEvoy Foundation for the Arts, San Francisco, CA 

October - December 2022  Just Food. curated by Clover Archer, Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA 

April 2022   Group exhibit. Sulfur Studios Savannah, Ga

October, 2021  Friends of African American Art group show, Savannah State University, Savannah, GA 

April 18- September 6, 2021  E Pluribus One, The Parrish Museum, Water Mill, NY

August 7, 2020 - January 31, 2021  last person show, The Parrish Museum, Water Mill, NY


October – November 2020  Friends of African American Art group show, The Jepson Center, Savannah, GA


June 15, 2018  Featured speaker at PechaKucha Night, The Parrish Museum SEE VIDEO HERE


April 28 – May 16, 2018  Altered Egos, Crush Curatorial, Amagansett, NY

August 2016 – January 2017  Artists Choose Artists, The Parrish Museum, NY Selected by Tony Oursler


May 2015  The Gun Show, Senaspace, New York, NY


2013  Guild Hall Members Show, East Hampton, NY Selected Best New Artist by Whitney Museum Curator Elisabeth Sussman

2011  Appetite, The Mary Brogan Museum of Art & Science, Tallahassee, FL

          Dinner, Umbrella Arts, New York, NY

          Small Works, The Boltax Gallery, Shelter Island, NY


2010  Black Monday, The Boltax Gallery, Shelter Island, NY


2009  Lots for Sale, Greenport Harbor Gallery, Greenport, NY


2007  Tragedy & Transformation, Lana Santorelli Gallery, Southampton, NY

          Artists for Peace, Surface Library, East Hampton, NY


2005 – 2010  Small Works juried exhibitions, The Boltax Gallery, Shelter Island, NY


2003   last meal… book published by Common Courage Press, Monroe, Maine

          Covivant Gallery, Tampa, FL


1994   New Works, The Alternative Museum New York, NY Curated by Andrew Perchuk


1993   The Gallery at SMFA, Boston, MA

           The Piano Factory Gallery, Boston, MA


1980   The UC Gallery, University of South Florida, Tampa 

           Portraits, The Ybor City Gallery


Conversation with Associate Curator Savannah Petrick, Parrish Museum, November 27, 2020  WATCH HERE

Jyllands-Posten Denmark, article by Uffe Christensen, November 14, 2020

BBC World Service, August 16, 2020  READ HERE 

Interview with Sara-Jayne King on Cape Radio, South Africa, August 12, 2020

Aesthetica Magazine, Issue 97, October/November 2020 READ HERE

Wall Street Journal International, August 31, 2020, by Daniel Gauss  READ HERE


2015  these chickens, self-published


2010  The Cigar Box Project, self-published


2005  Contemporary Justice Review, Volume 8 Number 3

2004  Quo Magazine, Spain 

          Max Magazine, Germany

2003  November 27, The East Hampton Star, Review of last meal… by Robert Long

1995  Asian American Journal, New York, NY

1988  Soujourner Magazine, Cambridge, MA



The Parrish Museum, Water Mill, NY

The Schlesinger Library, Harvard University, Cambridge MA

The McEvoy Family Foundation

and many private collections.

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