October 2015

SCSU Faculty Art Exhibition::

Two photographs from my series, The Secret Life of Rooms, are included

in an exhibition of faculty work at the Hilton C. Buley Art Gallery at Southern Connecticut State University.

August 2015

Artist-in-Residence program at Weir Farm National Historic Site::

I spent three weeks living and working at Weir Farm Art Center in Wilton, Connecticut. Midway through my residency, I gave an artist talk at the Wilton Public Library.

Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism::

I am featured in the Artist Spotlight through the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism.

May 2015

The University of Chicago Arts Alumni Network::

I am the featured member on the UChicago Arts Alumni Network.

April 2015

Sometimes Beautiful::

Please contribute to Indiegogo to fund the publication of Sometimes Beautiful, a collection of work by diverse photographers including Leonard Nimoy who examine the notion of beauty.

March 2015

Society for Photographic Education::

I have two portraits from the People’s Climate March at the New Orleans Photo Alliance in conjunction with the annual conference of the Society for Photographic Education.

Fraction Magazine::

My work is included in Fraction Magazine in an online exhibition curated by Jessie Wender of photographs of women by women.

December 2014

Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation::

I received an Artist Resource Trust Award from the Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation.

November 2014


Based on The wedding, as it was lately acted by Her Maiesties seruants, at the Phenix in Drury Lane by James Shirley, 1629 (Ih Sh66 629)

Connecticut Bound: Navigating the Flatfile

Friday, November 7, 2014-Saturday, January 31, 2015

Featuring: Patti Anos, Tim Campbell, Jeremy Chandler, Beth Lovell, Meredith Miller, Alyse Rosner

Selected by Zoe Dobuler, Artspace Curatorial Intern, and Kerri Sancomb, Artspace Visual Arts Committee Member

These works, selected from the Artspace Flatfile, reflect and parallel themes in the installations created for Connecticut (un) Bound. Narrative, place, and typography explore and expand the traditional elements of a book, translated here into a shared context of Connecticut.


September 2014

The Gallery at Constitution Plaza::

I am showing two portraits from my series, Street Portraits, in That’s Life: An Exhibition of Artist Fellowship Recipients.



June 2014

Gorky’s Granddaughter::

New Haven artists, Chris Joy and Zachary Keeting, interviewed me as part of their video series of artists in their studios for their site, Gorky’s Granddaughter.


December 2013

The Yale Daily News::

Undergraduate, Sarah Eckinger, wrote a terrific article about Tod’s bittersweet departure from Yale School of Art for the Yale Daily News. She interviewed several alumni of the Photography Program including me about our memories of critiques.

Read the article in the Yale Daily News.


May 2012

The Institute Library::

I showed work in a group exhibition titled Family Haunts curated by Joy Pepe at the Gallery at the Institute Library in New Haven, Connectciut. Other artists included Silas Finch, Stephen Grossman, Mary Lesser, Nathan Lewis, Irene K. Miller, Kevin van Aelst, and Thuan Vu.










Family Haunts considers the beckoning of ancestry and perceptions of present day relations through the paintings, prints, photographs, drawings, and assemblages of artists. The veils of memory, the desire to commemorate, and the need for identity compel these works of art into being. These nine artists siphon the particulars of familial connection into a visual scrapbook of our collective history.

Connecticut Office of the Arts::

I also received an Artist Fellowship Award from the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism!


March 2012

Tumblr ::

I started a Tumblr blog of iPhone photos. Follow me:






February 2012

Artspace ::

As a member of the Visual Arts Committee of Artspace in New Haven, I had the opportunity to curate a show there during the winter.

Press Release

Our Daily Rite examines work by artists who engage in daily art making or explore the concept of ritual and marking time. Like Eleanor Antin’s photographic installation in which she documented her daily weight loss over thirty six days in 1972, artists have long been performing and documenting daily rituals. With the advent of social media, the daily art project has taken hold. Artists now upload and share their daily art projects instantaneously and hold themselves accountable to their social networks – to the perceived expectation and promise of one more day. This ritualistic aspect of daily art projects, whether a drawing, painting, or photo a day, reveals that the practice is in of itself as vital as the resulting imagery.

Local artists involved in daily art projects will exhibit their work alongside national and international artists whose work or studio practice explores the concept of ritual and marking time.

Artists include: Hillary Charnas (New York); Jamie Davis (Ohio); Matt Feiner (Connecticut); Steve Giovinco (New York); Pia Linz (Germany); Beth Castle Lovell (Connecticut); Ken Lovell (Connecticut); Martyna Matusiak (Poland); Nyeema Morgan (New York); Karen Nangle (Connecticut); T. Willie Raney (Connecticut); and Rob Rocke (Connecticut).

Read the article by Susan Gonzalez in the Yale News.

Video of the opening reception for Our Daily Rite at Artspace, New Haven by Ronald Grimes, Senior Lecturer Institute of Sacred Music and Divinity School.


May 2011

Games to Play After Dark::

I photographed the interior image for Sarah Gardner Borden’s website, which corresponded with the release of her novel, Games to Play After Dark.