Mexican Streets (working title) is an ongoing project I have been undertaking since 2011. In the traditional genre of street photography, it captures deeply felt and long held traditions, both the sacred and the secular. I am shooting the series on film and making prints by hand in an analog darkroom. All prints are limited edition series in two sizes, 16 x 20 and 11 x 14. Select images from the series have been exhibited in New York City; Seattle; Plymouth, MA; Oaxaca; and Los Angeles.     

The Ugandan portfolio was undertaken between 2005 and 2015, in three regions of the country: the capital city of Kampala and vicinity; Rakai, to the south; and Gulu, in the north. The images from Kampala and Rakai (2005) depict lives impacted by the AIDS epidemic. The images from Gulu (2015) capture a region where people are rebuilding their lives after 20 years of civil war and forced displacement. The 2005 series was shown at Haverford College, Haverford, PA, in a dual show with Meredith Montague: "Positive, Living with HIV/AIDS in Uganda". The 2005 series was shot on film and prints are made by hand by the artist in an analog darkroom. The 2015 series was digital capture and archival pigment prints are available.  All prints are available in limited edition series in two sizes, 16 x 20 and 11 x 14.