I’m a designer of graphics and museum exhibitions, and photographer based in Harrison, Maine. With over thirty years experience as a museum exhibition and graphic designer, I have helped a wide range of cultural institutions to develop, design, and implement exhibition projects on diverse subjects including art, history, natural history, and science—from working with precious artifacts to designing outdoor panels to interpret historic landscapes. Current clients include the Adirondack Museum, the Mount Desert Island Historical Society, and the McLaughlin Gardens in South Paris, Maine.
Exhibition and graphic design projects often call upon photography skills, behind the lens and in the editing process. Initially trained in darkroom techniques, I have extensive experience in digital photography and have developed a portfolio of fine art photography. My work has been featured in publications such as Black & White, Maine Home + Design, Musee Magazine, JPG, and F-Stop. Recent photography exhibitions include “If We May Speak” at the Saratoga National Historical Park, and the Maine Museum of Photographic Art’s “Portraiture 2018”. The pared down features in many of these photographs reflect my interest in natural history, in the passage of time, and the remnants of the past in the present. These photographs may be purchased as prints, and I’m available for portrait, landscape, interior, and art/ artifact photography.