This will be made into an editioned print for the Supersonic Electronic Invitational at Spoke Art on January 9th. More info on that to come.
These were for an exposé by The Hollywood Reporter dealing with corruption within The American Humane Association. The AHA is the company that grants the “no animals were harmed in the making of this film” accreditation. Each image is from an actual incident on a film or television set.
I really like how they presented the work on the THR website. Really interesting format. Check it out here.
Thanks to Shanti Marlar for the wonderful art direction.
For the cover of Miami New Times. Many of the city’s parks and landmarks were built on top of incinerator ash and have been poisoned with arsenic and other deadly toxins. The city has known for over a decade and has not taken action until very recently when the public was made aware.
A piece for “Eastern Argus,” a group show put together by Timothy Wilson. It’s a continuation of an earlier piece from last year. I love playing around with the clay-like forms surrounding her.
New piece in The Hollywood Reporter for an article dealing with the money making schemes of high end luxury rehab centers, focusing on three separate stories of medical malpractice and negligence. Thanks to my AD, Shanti Marlar.