Curatorial Portfolio

International Center of Photography

The International Center of Photography is the world’s leading institution dedicated to photography and visual culture.

As the founding curator of the ongoing Projected exhibit I focus on highlighting new voices telling stories through concerned photography and visual culture.

Projected has featured the work of over 200 photographers from over 40 countries, ranging from veterans like Lynsey Addario and Lauren Greenfield, to the most compelling new voices including Tyler Mitchell, Rosie Matheson, and Micaiah Carter.

The exhibition appears on high definition monitors inside and is literally projected on the outside of ICP so anyone walking on the streets of New York has the opportunity to experience the work.

Projected has engaged a audience nearing 100 million photography lovers through collaborations with creative platforms like VSCO, WeTransfer, and Exposure, institutions like Magnum Photos, the United Nations, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music, and publications like California Sunday.

Find a full list of past Projected exhibits here.

  Images inside of ICP during the day. Photo by Nick Mehedin, featuring his work.

Images inside of ICP during the day. Photo by Nick Mehedin, featuring his work.

WeTransfer

WeTransfer is the simplest way to send files around the world. Every month, creatives in 195 countries send over one billion files.

In 2013, I joined WeTransfer as their first curator-at-large, with a focus on new voices in the North American creative community. Over a period of three years, I curated a collection of art from nearly 600 photographers, illustrators, and graphic designers, including Wendy MacNaughton, Yumna Al-Arashi, Andre Wagner, and Daniel P. Shea.

Their work was featured on WeTransfer's ad platform, and generated over 40M page views.

  Illustration by Mitch Boyer, as featured on WeTransfer.

Illustration by Mitch Boyer, as featured on WeTransfer.

 
  Images projected outside of the museum at night. Photograph by  JD Hall .

Images projected outside of the museum at night. Photograph by JD Hall.