My book Do the Priest in Different Voices is now available at AINT- BAD.

The image "They Will Be Punished with Everlasting Destruction" appears in the Time Magazine "American South" issue (Aug 6-13, 2018.)

Ten images from Do the Priest in Different Voices will be on display fall 2018 as part of the New Southern Photography exhibition at the Ogden Museum of Art in New Orleans. Be on the lookout for the exhibition catalog as well.

The image "Come in Close - I Offer a High Yield (Page 245)" appears in the 36th Annual Members Show at the Houston Center for Photography (July-August 2018.)

My book All-Time Lotion is now in the collection of the Beinecke Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Yale University.

My image contributions to A New Nothing are on display at the Osnova Gallery in Moscow, Russia.

A few images are forthcoming (2017) in Subjectively Objectively Vol 2 (Obscura Land Press.)

Multiple images are on display in the Strangely Familial exhibition in the McGrath Gallery at Bellarmine University.

Multiple images are on display in the Strangely Familial exhibition in the Kresge Gallery at Lyon College.

My image from the Inspired Georgia book (UGA Press) Is on display at the Westside Cultural Arts Center (Atlanta.)

Threshold appears in the Fall 2016 issue of Oxford American magazine.

Bubbles appears in the recently published book Inspired Georgia (UGA Press.)

Body Parts, They Will Be Punished with Everlasting Destruction, and Memory of a Blood Moon appear in the Family, Faith, Food issue of Strant Magazine.

Memorial Water is on display at the WonderRoot Gallery March 11 - April 18.

A few recent Instagram images appear in issue #1 of Documentum by Fall Line Press. Images from the issue are currently on display at Poem 88.

An interview with Melba Magazine appears in Issue No. 8.

Images from Do the Priest are included in the "From Here On" issue of Ain't Bad Magazine.

"All-Time Lotion" (book) is now carried by Einer Books.

"Water Bottles" is included in the Georgia Artists Selecting Georgia Artists exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Georgia.

A number of my portraits appear in the Everyone You Know exhibition at One Twelve Gallery in Atlanta. 

Recent images from the southeast are now included over at Looking at Appalachia. A few images are also on display at Streit House Space.

Images from Do the Priest appear on the cover (and within) the inaugural issue of Newfound Journal. Many of the same images are currently featured over at PHOSMAG.

"Fan" from All-Time Lotion is part of the "What is a Portrait?" exhibition at the RIPE Gallery in Huntington, NY. The image received an award in the abstract portraiture category.

All-Time Lotion (book) was recently featured on Self Publish, Be Happy.

All-Time Lotion (book) will be exhibited in the H Book Show at the Doomed Gallery in London (Dalston) - opening reception is November 14.

Do the Priest was recently featured on Juxtapoz, MutantSpace, as well as included in the Humble Arts Foundation's recent collection Occultisms.

All-Time Lotion (book) is now part of Indie Photobook Library, and is also on display through October at the Festival Incontros da Imagem 2014 in Braga, Portugal.

"Hell and Backwards" from Do the Priest appears on the cover of the Summer 2014 issue of The Mockingbird.

The American South exhibition rolls on to Dashboard Co-Op on North Ave in Atlanta.

Ain't Bad Magazine's The American South exhibition at the Morris Museum in Augusta, GA features two Do the Priest images.

An image from Do the Priest will be included in the Aperture Summer Open at the Aperture Gallery in NYC. The opening reception takes place on July 17.

The Spring 2014 issue of The Iowa Review features Do The Priest images.

The 9/50 exhibition at the Atlanta Contemporary Arts Center includes a Do the Priest image.

The BLOG RE-BLOG exhibition (featuring anAll-Time Lotion image) is currently on display at the Austin Center for Photography.

An interview/feature regarding Breathe In and Disappear appears in Issue #3 of Perdiz Magazine. Available in NYC at MoMA PS1 and McNally Jackson books.

Do the Priest was recently featured on Lenscratch, Der Greif Magazine, Newfound Journal, and an essay on my work, featuring a most provocative title, may be found in Dirty Laundry Magazine issue #4.