Picture Editing and Curatorial Projects
A selection of picture editing and curatorial projects I have produced and assisted with. Currently, I am a senior picture editor at Industry Art Works and have previously worked for The Washington Post and Shutterstock. Since 2012, I have been working alongside photographers and curators to create unique viewing experiences and publications.
Picture Editing: 50th Anniversary of the March on Washington Project
Assistant photo editor and lead photo researcher for The Washington Post on half year project. Working alongside the D.C. Public Library, The Washington Post combed through an impressive archive of rarely seen photographs and objects of the event and acquired never before seen images and first hand accounts of participants in the March on Washington. Online elements of the project can be found here and here.
Picture Editing: Retrograde zine with the Image Threads Collective
Guest editor of a group publication featuring students from the Image Threads Collective Ukraine photography workshop. Released at the 2019 Los Angeles Printed Matter Art Book Fair.
Picture Editing: Art Desks by E. Brady Robinson
Photo editor and design consultant for the photographer, E. Brady Robinson for her photobook Art Desks, published by Daylight Books. I worked alongside the photographer to transform a multiple year project into a cohesive 57 image edit and sequence for the book.
Picture Editing: Online photo features and research projects for The Washington Post
Between 2011 - 2014, I worked in The Washington Post photo department producing and creating various online content alongside my daily tasks as an assistant photo editor. Above is a selection of a few photography features and research projects I helped produce and build over the years. Links to each gallery can be found in the image captions above.
Curatorial: Petty Thieves Three pop-up exhibition and zine
A large scale group photo publication and pop-up exhibition launched during FotoWeek D.C. 2013 at the Petworth Citizen + Reading Room in Washington, D.C. The exhibition featured over 200 photographers from around the world and accompanying zine was named one of the top ten photobooks of the year by Larissa Leclair for Photo-Eye Magazine.
Curatorial: The Indie Photobook Library at the 2012 Flash Forward Festival: Boston
Curated alongside Larissa Leclair, a selection of 250 photobooks from the Indie Photobook Library displayed at the Fairmont Battery Wharf in Boston, MA during the 2012 Flash Forward Photography Festival.
Curatorial: I Fear For My Safety pop-up exhibition and online zine
Guest curator and editor for the fourth installment of Oranbeg Press NET series, an online digital publication initiative. The release of the publication coincided with a pop-up exhibition at Furthermore Gallery in Washington, D.C. The publication and event featured the work of 100 photographers. The online zine and more information about the publication can be found here.