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Poverty Point: Revealing the Ancient City has been released! This is a book that I co-authored with archaeologist Diana Greenlee and illustrated with my photography.  Published by LSU Press.  Read more about it here.

My Shared Earth: The Ancient Mounds Project was recently exhibited at the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana.  The exhibit is now available to travel to other venues.  A PDF of the exhibit is available upon request. 

I have added a collection of photographs from my ongoing ancient mounds project.  You can see it here.

I recently participated in a local TEDx event here in Monroe,  I talked about my current project which documents the ancient earthworks of NELA.  You can watch the video by clicking here.

There is a new addition to the website ... Featured Prints.  You can visit by clicking here. 

An essay of my photographs was just published by the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities in their magazine Louisiana Cultural Vistas.  You can view it online here.  They did a beautiful job.  However, one error slipped through the cracks.  I only lived in CT for one year, not 20.  It gets very cold up there.

There's new work added to the site.  Angles, Shapes and Boxes and The First Two Miles.  They can be found on the Portfolio page located here.

I was voted the 2012 Louisianian of the Year in the Visual Arts category by Louisiana Life Magazine.  Thanks to the voters!  You can read about it here.

The 2012 New Mexico Workshop ... A Gathering in Abiquiu ... has been added for early October.  Details here.

I have started a new long term photography project to document the ancient earthworks and artifacts from this area.  And a new blog to document the progress!  You can visit it by clicking here.

Artist books ...  I made them in the past, took a bookmaking hiatus and now they are back again.  Click the "Artist Books" tab on the left for more info.

"Images from the Delta Parishes" by John Kemp in Louisiana Life.  Read it online here.