Selected by the City of Baltimores Civic Design
Commission to design a wall
mural depicting the life and accomplishments of Thomas Jefferson for
the Thomas Jefferson Elementary School. Installed in 1997, the mural consists
of five 5' x 4' framed panels. Each panel examines a significant time
period in Jefferson's life. Using original artwork and images from the
public domain, the mural was designed on a Macintosh computer and the
digital files were then converted to photographic print material.
Hold the distinction of being the only visual artist
to be named to the three major regional photographic
surveys: Photo Baltimore '77, 1977; Photographic Survey of Maryland,
1979; and North Avenue Legacy, 1988. Each selection was a highly competitive
position juried by respected panels and committees.
Commissioned by the Mass Transit Administration of
Maryland Arts Panel to design a permanent photographic mural for the Mondawmin
Station of the Baltimore Subway System. Located above the mezzanine pedestrian
level, the mural encompasses three
First Maryland-born artist to be given a one-man
photographic show at the Baltimore Museum of Art. Exhibited in 1976, several
images from my Rites
de Passage series are now part of the museum's permanent collection.
Maintain a home studio for my private and commercial
work. Selected commercial clients include CSX Corporation, Comfort Inns,
Epic Records, General Elevator, Johnson Controls, Maserati (USA), O&K
Rolltreppen (Germany), and Westinghouse.