I am an artist and Associate Professor of Photography at CUNY Kingsborough Community College. From New York City, I grew up in the West Village and currently reside in Chelsea with wife, two kids and two cats. I earned an MFA from Queens College in 2005 and a BA from Sarah Lawrence College in 1999 with a concentration in photography. I have exhibited in galleries locally, nationally and internationally. I am an urbanist of the Jane Jacobs school of thought. Through my work, I seek to engage in a conversation about how her ideas of what make a vibrant urban landscape are important to consider in this moment of worldwide and neighborhood change. I am interested in the rapid pace of construction, displacement, and efforts of preservation, both in the physical world and the digital world, where there are interesting parallels in our anxiety of the increasing amount of information being retained or, possibly worse, lost. I am also a member of the Institute for Wishful Thinking, a loose collective of artists whose work focuses on social issues.
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