Working Harder to Reclaim That Context

Pigmented Inkjet Print

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.


Finalist. 30th Annual Spring Photography Contest. Photographer’s Forum. Publication in Best Of Photography 2010.



Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition. Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Sarah Nesbitt: Making Sense of What We Have. Solo Exhibition. Torpedo Factory Art Center, Target Gallery. Alexandria, Virginia.

2017 Photography Exhibition. Scarab Club, Detroit, Michigan. Juried by Cynthia Greig, Visual Artist.

Still Life: Past, Present, and Future. uBe Art, Berkeley, California.

Art Department Faculty Show. Marygrove College, Detroit, Michigan.

Collaborate, Connect, Reconnect. Marygrove College, Detroit, Michigan. Invited by James Lutomski, Associate Professor of Art/Gallery Director of Marygrove College.

Griffin Museum of Photography’s 19th Juried Exhibition. Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Massachusetts Juried by Kathy Ryan, Photo Editor of The New York Times Magazine.

Making Sense of What We Have. Two-Person Exhibition. Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.

Unbound. Coleman Burke Gallery, New York, Chelsea, New York.

Free Ice Cream- Second First Year MFA Exhibition. Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, Pennsylvania.



Member Portfolios. Society for Photographic Education Website. Online.

The Griffin Museum 19th Juried Exhibition Catalog. The Griffin Museum of Photography. Print. p. 1, 69

Reframing Photography Theory and Practice. Resources: Artists: Sarah Nesbitt. Website by Rebekah Modrak and Bill Anthes. Online.

Unbound, Exhibition Catalog. Coleman Burke Gallery, Chelsea, New York City, New York.