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November 1989: “Masks, Myth and Magic”
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center, MA

January 1990: “Be Ours: A Multicultural Valentine”
Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center — commissioned work

June 1990: “Intercambio”
The Space Gallery, Boston, MA

August 1995: “Rarefied Light,” Alaska statewide traveling exhibit

May 2002: “The Light Up There: Small Adventures in the Arctic,” photography exhibit at the Haven Cafe, Skagway, Alaska. Twelve photographs of the arctic environment with accompanying narrative description of the photograph that details what is happening in each piece.

June-December 2002: “Skagway Artists in Winter,” Skagway Museum.
Over a dozen photographs are in the museum’s permanent collection, as well as black and white portraits of Inupiat people from Barrow and a large (30x50)Alaska Arctic seascape that are on display in the museum’s Arctic exhibit.

July 2003: Photographer for “Garden City of Alaska: An Illustrated History of Gardening in Skagway, Alaska.”

August 2004: Invited artist to the Inuvik Arts Festival in Inuvik, Northwest Territories, Canada.

March 2005: A series of Alaska starfish photographs selected for the children’s room on the Alaska state fast ferry M/V Chenega. A One Percent for Public Art project.

October 2005: “At the Lead,” 30x50 Arctic Ocean scene, in the statewide “Rarefied Light.”

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