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SHOWS & EXHIBITIONS

• U.S. National Day Celebration at the U.S. Consulate General Mumbai. 42 ultra-large format black and white photographs of the United States, including images from Arizona, New Mexico, Ohio, Texas, New York, Washington D.C., Missouri, Kansas, and Maryland, the U.S. Consulate General Mumbai, Bandra Kurla Complex, March 2, 2016.

• The Hope and Liberation Coalition traveling B.R.A.V.E. anti-human trafficking art exhibit, Ohio Wesleyan University, two large format prints as part of a group exhibition, The Beeghly Library, Gallery 200, Delaware, Ohio, January 11-February 25, 2016.

• The Bloom Gala: A Benefit for Set Beautiful Free,  The National Constitution Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, donation of 25 color and black and white prints from a photo essay documenting human trafficking in Mumbai, India and the efforts of Set Beautiful Free/Bombay Teen Challenge to rescue the enslaved women and their children, September 12, 2015.

• Publication of a 10 page (and cover) photo-essay of the people of Tséláni/Cottonwood, Arizona in “Leading The Way: The Wisdom of the Navajo People” magazine, April (T’ááchil) 2015, Volume 13, No. 4.

• B.R.A.V.E. (Being Radically Authentic and Vocally Expressive) Joint, multi-venue exhibit dealing with issues of human trafficking, The Cultural Arts Center, Columbus, Ohio March 3-28, The Peggy McConnell Art Center (MAC) and Zen Cha Tea Salons, (Short North and Downtown Gay Street locations), March 3-April 19.

• My Favorite Things, Zen Cha Tea Salon, conceptual group exhibit exploring issues of possessions and memory, Columbus, Ohio, November 10, 2014-January 28, 2015.

• Human Rights Campaign Eighteenth Annual National Dinner Silent Auction, Donation of two large format prints: “Dawn at Patsizotz” and “The Path,” Washington, D.C., October 11, 2014.

• 2014 National Welcome Week and Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration, Featured Photographer, September 19, 2014.

• K9’s For Warriors Inaugural Warrior’s Gala, Photos and Video supporting PTSD dog charity ball, Omni Shoreham Hotel, Washington, D.C., June 28, 2014.

• What Are You Masking? Zen Cha Tea Salon, dual exhibition of conceptual photographs exploring issues of masks and identity with photographer Kristen Gillman, Columbus, Ohio, July 28-October 27, 2014.

• The Riches of Central America: The People, Customs and Culture, The Peggy McConnell Art Center (MAC), Hispanic Heritage Summer Exhibit, Worthington, Ohio, June 5–August 17, 2014.

• The Faces of Transcarpathia, Martin De Porres Center, Ohio Dominican University, Columbus, Ohio, March–May, 2014.

• DAN’S FUND Benefit for Brain Cancer Research at the James Cancer Hospital, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Donation and sale of one 20 by 30 and five 8 by 10 prints, November 8, 2013.

• 5th Annual Ohio Diversity Latino Talent and Leadership Conference, Featured Photographer, Columbus State University, Columbus, Ohio, October 9, 2013.

• Martin and Osa Johnson Safari Museum, First Prize, Animal Photography Exhibit and Contest, Chanute, Kansas, October–February, 2012.

• Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC), Art in the Halls exhibit for Hispanic Culture Month, Columbus, Ohio, 15 black and white and color prints as part of a group, mixed media show, October 6–November 1, 2011.

• Benefit for Dan’s Fund for Brain Cancer Research, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Donation and sale of 11 by 14 matted print of “Maya Fisherman At Day’s End”, October 22, 2011.

• Featured artist at Signature Winery’s annual Sangria Fest, Columbus, Ohio, 75 black and white and color prints of Latin America, August 27, 2011.

• Signature Winery’s 1st Annual Art Festival, Columbus, Ohio, 40 black and white and color photos presented as one of a select group of multi-disciplinary artists, July 3, 2011.

• World of Photography, Grandview, Ohio, Three prints as part of a revolving group exhibit showcasing different photography styles and techniques, 2011–2014.

• Film i Skåne/Cine Skåne, Filmed, edited and produced a series of short films showed at www.filmiskane.se along with photographs for an informational brochure on the same subject.

• WIRED MAGAZINE, Published photo accompanying an article on Swedish filmmaker Simon Klose and his documentary about the Pirate Bay trial at http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2009/03/the-pirate-bay/.

• LRF Foto Tavling, Placed a photo of a Dutch dairy farmer working in Skåne to be presented in a two-year traveling exhibition of photographs documenting agriculture in modern Sweden.

• Blue (Blå), En Bit Bort Café and Gallery, Lund, Sweden, 13 pieces, color landscapes, December 2008.

• Louisiana Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, “Howling Success Dance Paw-ty”, Charity event Sponsor and Invited Auction Contributor of Mt. Fuego and Boats and Light Beam, signed and matted color photos, October 2007.

• The Currileros of El Espino, El Salvador, St. John’s Evangelical Church (UCC), Columbus, Ohio, 29 pieces, black and white and color photos, December 2006-January 2007.

• The Currileros of El Espino, El Salvador, First Congregational Church (UCC), Columbus, Ohio, 31 pieces, black and white and color photos, November-December 2006.

• The Currileros of El Espino, El Salvador, Brownlee Hall, First Community UCC Church, Columbus, Ohio, 31 pieces, black and white and color photos, August-October 2006

• The Free Show, Revolution Records, Akron, Ohio, 1 piece, black and white photo, July 2005

• Fruit of the Vine, The Gallery In the Vault, Wooster, Ohio, 27 pieces, black and white and hand tinted photos, November-December 2004.

• In Central America, Lowry Center, The College of Wooster, Wooster, Ohio, 20 pieces, black and white photos, October-November 2003.

• In Honduras, The Gallery In the Vault, Wooster, Ohio, 48 pieces, black and white and color photos, April-May 2003.

• Arts of Central and South America, Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster, Ohio, 9 pieces, black and white photos, part of a group exhibition, October 2002.

• Entre Juegos, Suenos y Verdades, Casa de la Cultura, Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras, 20 pieces, black and white and color photos, February 2002.

• Ballet Copaneca, Casa de la Cultura, Santa Rosa de Copan, Honduras, 26 pieces, black and white and color photos, December 2001.

• Central American Medical Outreach at Work, Wayne County Fair, Wooster, Ohio, 32 pieces, black and white and color photos, September 2001.

• Cameras and Icons, Wayne Center for the Arts, Wooster, Ohio, Approximately 200 piece installation of photos and mixed media pieces, July-August 2001.

• CAMO Honduras, Orrville Public Library, Orrville, Ohio, 26 pieces, black and white and color photos, March 2001.