Archive for the 'exhibits and talks' Category


Friday, May 1st, 2015

It has been a while since I have posted. The project is still very much in my mind as I have been caught up in other work. I will endeavor to post more often. It is always nice to get work out in the public view. Of late I have been pleased to get an […]

A tiny, tiny exhibit

Thursday, April 24th, 2014

Back in January I led a KAP field excursion to the Alviso Weep for Megan Lee of the Children’s Discovery Museum in San Jose. Megan is a leader for the museum’s Discovery Youth Science Community Identity group. A few of my KAP images from the day earned a bit of wall space as part of […]

Upcoming talks / events

Wednesday, February 12th, 2014

I have a few presentations related to Saltscapes and the Hidden Ecologies project on the calendar: Presenting at Open Show (a photograph by Mark Avery) 27 April 2014 – I am scheduled to do a KAP demonstration at the summit of Mt. Diablo as part of a weekend-long event organized by the Mt. Diablo Interpretive […]

Upcoming talks / events

Sunday, October 27th, 2013

I have a few presentations related to Hidden Ecologies on the calendar: 4 December 2013 – Book launch at the Exploratorium. This will be a talk and book signing to serve as the official launch for Saltscapes. This “after hours” Exploratorium event is free and open to the public if you RSVP by calling (415) 528-4646. […]

Close encounters of the CLUI kind

Friday, September 6th, 2013

During August I spent a few pleasant days at the Wendover, Utah field station of the Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI). While there Matthew Coolidge mentioned that CLUI would have a video project featuring aerial footage of the San Francisco Bay shoreline on display in the upcoming Oakland Museum exhibit. Matt said that my […]

Photographs at the Oakland Museum

Monday, September 2nd, 2013

The Oakland Museum of California has opened Above and Below: Stories from Our Changing Bay as the inaugural exhibit in its remodeled Gallery of Natural Sciences. One portion of this large effort to “unveil the quirky stories of how people and nature together have shaped the San Francisco Bay Area over the last 6,000 years” […]

A niche in the Pantheon of Tinkering

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

One of this summer’s projects was working with the Exploratorium staff assembling a four-page spread on my KAP gear for their upcoming book The Art of Tinkering (due out in November). This was great fun as the book’s layout is an interesting photographic project in itself. I was most pleased to be included. My part […]

Work on display – new exhibits

Saturday, August 17th, 2013

I have worked on three exhibits during the last couple of months. College of Environmental Design, UC Berkeley First up is a reasonably permanent display of my salt pond photographs in the Dean’s Office waiting room at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design. Dean Jennifer Wolch originally expressed an interest in putting up a couple […]

La Riviere Marsh on a spring morning

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013

On a pleasant Sunday morning I headed down to the Visitor Center for the Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge to join a field workshop led by microbiologist Wayne Lanier, my colleague in the Hidden Ecologies Project. Wayne led a group into the restored La Riviere Marsh, once the site of a large […]

Exhibit at the Exploratorium

Monday, April 8th, 2013

I have a photo exhibit of my salt pond photographs up in the Exploratorium’s new Pier 15 home. The exhibit cascades across three walls flanking a stair that leads from the biology exhibit area to a mezzanine-level area addressing landscapes. For the last forty years or so the Exploratorium, San Francisco’s venerable science museum, occupied […]