Born: Kansas City, Missouri

One and Two Person Exhibitions:
  • Art Gallery, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas (2003) (with Mark Goodman)
  • Bannister Gallery, Rhode Island College, Providence (1999) (with Dornith Doherty)
  • Richard Stockton Gallery, Richard Stockton College, Pomona, New Jersy (1997)
  • Gallery 4, Dallas, Texas (1997) (with Paola Ferrario)
  • Scarborough-Phillips Gallery, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas (1996)
  • Lyons-Matrix Gallery, Austin, Texas (1993)
  • Curved Entrance Gallery, Stephens College,
    Columbia, Missouri (1985)
  • Art Gallery, Louisiana Tech. University,
    Ruston, Louisiana (1985)

Selected Group Exhibitions:
  • Oswald Gallery, Austin, Texas (2006)
  • Art Gallery, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas (2004, 2006)
  • Northern Virginia Community College, Alexandria. (2001)
  • Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio. Curated by Nancy Bless. (2000)
  • Scarborough-Phillips Gallery, St. Edward’s University, Austin, Texas (1999)
  • Photography Gallery, University of Notre Dame (1998)
  • Pro-Jex Gallery, Austin, Texas (1997)
  • Jersey City Museum, Jersey City, New Jersey (1993)
  • Women and Their Work, Austin, Texas (1987)
  • Laguna Gloria Art Museum, Austin, Texas (1986)
  • Everson Museum, Syracuse, New York (1985-traveling)

Selected Publications:
  • "Proper Exposure." Benné Rockett, Austin Chronicle. February 10, 2006
  • SeeSaw. Autumn, 2005 http://www.seesaw.com
  • Blir 05. Fall, 2005
    http:// www.blir.net/issue05/index.htm
  • A Kind of History. Markerbooks. (1999) Edited and designed book of photographs by Mark Goodman.
  • Big Spring. Pine Needle Press, Bastrop, Texas. (1992) A portfolio of nine color photographs made between 1987 and 1992. Published in an edition of five, plus one artist’s proof.
  • Itinerant Photographer. Corpus Christi, 1934. University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, New Mexico. (1987) Edited images and wrote text. Afterword by Bill Stott.

    Excerpts, reviews and notices of the book Itinerant Photographer were included in numerous magazines and newspapers, among them:

  • “What the Stranger Saw.” Texas Monthly. August, 1987;
  • “The Best 100 Photographs.” Texas Monthly. February, 1998;
  • “The Unknown Photographer.” American Heritage. July-August, 1987;
  • “Seeing Pictures.” Julia Scully, Modern Photography. October, 1987
  • (notice of book): “Itinerant Photographer. Corpus Christi, 1934.”
  • Review by James Kaufman, Photographer’s Forum. September 1987.)
  • “Hard Roads and Easy Money: Itinerants at Work.” Exposure. Vol. 24,
    No. 4 (1986)
  • “Real Pictures for Just 25 Cents.” Aperture. Issue #90, p. 6-15. (1983)

Artist-in-Residence:
  • Lightwork/Community Darkrooms, Syracuse, New York. (May, 1981)

Grants and Commissions:
  • Presidential Excellence Summer Scholarly Activity Grant, St. Edward's Univeristy. Support for The City Seen, photographs made in and around Chicago. (2005)
  • Presidential Excellence Summer Scholarly Activity Grant, St. Edward’s University. Support for Statesmen: Pictures from the Fifty State Capitols. (2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004)
  • Presidential Excellence Summer Scholarly Activity Grant, St. Edward’s University. Support for series of photographs made in South India at the Gaden Shartse Monastery. (2000)
  • Sabbatical Leave and Faculty Development Grant, St. Edward’s University. Leave and grant in support of series of photographs throughout the continental United States. (1995-1996)
  • Faculty Development Grant, St. Edward’s University. Support for series of photographs made along the Old San Antonio Road. (1991-1992)
  • Faculty Development Grant, St. Edward’s University. Support for research on Hayes Collection, Dallas, Texas. 1986-1987) (Results of research included in Eyes of Time.)
  • Photojournalism in America. Marianne Fulton, author; New York Graphic Society, 1988. (p. 122-125)
  • Neighborhoods: Looking at Austin in 1985. Texas Commission on the Arts/St. Edward’s University: project co-director, photographer, writer. (1985-1986)
  • At Work: Corpus Christi in 1934; Understanding History through Regional Photography. Texas Committee for the Humanities/Friends of the Courthouse (Corpus Christi): Symposium and exhibition, project director. (1982-1983)
  • Millerton Survey Project. National Endowment for the Arts/Dutchess County Arts Council (New York): (1980-1981) photographer; with Mark Goodman and Rebecca Busselle.

Public Collections:
  • Amon Carter Museum, Ft. Worth, Texas
  • Austin History Center, Austin, Texas
  • Museum of New Mexico, Santa Fe
  • Photography Collection, Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin

Education:
  • M.A., University of Texas at Austin; American Civilization; 1983
  • Apeiron Workshops, Millerton, New York 1978-1979
  • B.G.S., University of Missouri-Columbia; Photography/Art History; 1978