The curator for the exhibition, A Transitional Interpretation” at the Folklife Gallery, Crandall Public Library, 2015, presents stories behind five photos on exhibit of Lyle Lovett, Frank Zappa, Mal Waldron, Dave Van Ronk, and Lucius by their photographers (Lawrence White, Enid Farber, Joe Deuel, Bryan Lasky, and the curator Andrzej “Andre” Pilarczyk.)
A photo essay on wild edibles.
“What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts”Artists from New York City’s Immigrant Communities presented by City Lore
A photo essay portraying the artists and portraits in the Exhibition, “What We Bring: New Immigrant Gifts.”
Telescope Houses in Buffalo
A photo essay about Buffalo’s Telescope Houses that were built as worker cottages by German and Polish immigrants, or the companies that employed them.
A photo essay set in Buffalo, New York
In Memoriam: Jack H. Leadley, Sr. (1927 – 2018)
Photo essay dedicated to Adirondack craftsperson Jack Leadley
The Dream of America / El Sueño de América: Separation & Sacrifice in the Lives of North Country Latino Immigrants
A photo essay profiling Mexican farm laborers on North Country dairy farms, shining a light on workers, the work they do, and the impact on their families and on the local community.
Reprint in honor of the anniversary od Sept 11
Lesbian Folklore: A New Day Coming
A photographic essay about the lesbian community