Wet Plate Collodion Process
Working Harder to Reclaim That Context is a visual metaphor of what happens when research is examined to a point to where it transforms the original intention of analyzed work. This practice raises ethical issues- citations are required for published work that borrows content from one another, but the context of this newer, published work can reinterpret the original intention of the content.
Hatchback 12. Hatch Art, Hamtramck, Michigan.
Making Sense of What We Have.Â Two-Person Exhibition. Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Soho Photo Alternative Process Competition. Soho Photo, Tribeca, New York. Juried by France Scully Osterman, an educator at Scully and Osterman Studio and Mark Osterman, process historian at the George Eastman House International Museum of Photography and Film both specializing in the Wet-Plate Collodion Process.
Free Ice Cream- Second First Year MFA Exhibition. Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.
Book of Alternative Photographic Processes. Third Edition. James, Christopher. Image of Working Harder to Reclaim That Context and Losing the Collection. Delmar Cengage, New York, New York. Print. p. 465, 790
Illusion and Chemistry: The Alternative Process, exhibition catalog. Kiernan Gallery, Lexington, VA. Blurb Publishing. Print.Â p. 52