Interviews. Mentions. Appearances. Featured Work.
Interviewed about HIV/AIDS and COVID-19 pandemics in photography and writing for the upcoming Making Meaning in a Pandemic course offered by Canisius College of Arts & Science.
Covid-19 inspired artwork included in the Pandemic Archive Project
Talk with Your Hands: a series of black-and-white hand portraits and self-portraits exploring the role and meaning of gesture in communication and self-expression, in a world pre- and post-Coronavirus
Interviewed about photography and writing by Jack Atkinson, Publisher and Founder of ARTSnFOOD Magazine for his podcast, ART in the Kitchen.
Photography work featured in A&U’s Shelter in Place: Art & Isolation article, “an artist response to isolation and loneliness in the age of on Covid-19”
Book selection included in an A&U article about Lockdown Lit: What Are You Reading During Shelter in Place . Among my favorites? George Orwell’s Complete Novels, Paul Thorn’s Diary of a Modern Consumptive, and one of my go-to, favorite author, Hans M. Hirschi and his latest novel, Matt: More Than Words
Panel guest speaker, talking about HIV and AIDS in literature and art, at OCCCA’s World AIDS Day 2018 opening of Kurt Weston‘s photography show, REMEMBER: An AIDS Retrospective
Nature-and-the-environment photography work featured in the first 2019 issue of ARTS & FOOD Magazine
Frequent panel guest speaker on celebrity host Ron B’s show, No Boundaries Up Close and Personal to talk about HIV, AIDS, related art and activism. Read more about it in A&U Magazine–America’s AIDS Magazine
Award-winning Photographer, including winner of juried photo competition (SoHo Photo Gallery, NYC, 2014)
Served on the board of Professional Women Photographers (2014 – 2015, NYC)
2012: Journeys Through Darkness: A Biography, by Alina Oswald with Photography by Kurt Weston. Sharpened Penn Publishing.
32 Jones Gallery, Hudson Pride Connection Center, 2008: BACKBONE, a solo photography show to honor unsung LGBTQ+ heroes
Photography art featured in Visual AIDS and Leslie-Lohman Museum art shows
Photography and writing included in the AIDS Museum (Newark, NJ) permanent collection