I was honored to be featured in the 2019 Environmental Photography Exhibition in Colorado this year. A wide range of topics were covered in the images including plastics, disappearing species, and resource extraction. Thank you to CEFF, AMC and everyone who facilitated the show! @americanmountaineeringcenter @coenvironmentalfilmfest
Listen to the Big Blend Radio interview with photographer Sarah Weeden who talks about her National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF) artist-in-residence experience in Death Valley National Park. NPAF founder Tanya Ortega talks about how the organization creates extraordinary and unique artist-in-residence programs within the National Park Service and other park destinations.
National Parks Arts Foundation Residency in Death Valley National Park
This January I was honored to be chosen as an Artist in Residence in Death Valley National Park with the National Parks Arts Foundation, a wonderful non-profit organization that offers Artist in Residence Programs, Museum In-Loan Programs, and Workshops in conjunction with our National Parks. Throughout January I was able to spend time photographing Death Valley National Park, an incredibly beautiful part of our national heritage. I will be sharing my work in the coming months, my most sincere gratitude to NPAF for their support of the arts. Please check out their website and learn more!
The day after Christmas the American Tradition series was published in an article on the Lenscratch website. Aline Smithson wrote a summary of the work and featured ten photos. Much appreciation to Lenscratch for this publication! Read the article on the Lenscratch website here.