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New York University, PhD. January, 1999. Program in Culture and Communications, Department of Humanities. Dissertation examined the works of Andres Serrano, What similarities and differences, if any, can be perceived from an analyis of the critical responses to transgressive art in two different art forms.

International Center for Photography. Many classes.

Duke University of Documentary Studies. Studied with Wendy Ewald.

New School for Social Research. Photography courses.

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2008  From Seed to Soul. Deborah Davis Fine Arts Gallery. Hudson, New York          

2004  India's Mountains: Everest & Beyond. Catskill Mountain Foundation

2002  Mountainous India. Catskill Mountain Gallery. Hunter, New York

1985  India. Indian Consulate. Rockefeller Center, New York.

1984  The Palaces of Rajasthan. Private Show at Oberoi compound in New Delhi, India

1982  India. Indian Consulate. Rockefeller Center, New York.

Selected Group Shows

2003  Decked. Safe-T Gallery. Brooklyn, New York.

2002  Curated  and included prints. No Entry: Passport Denied. A show of places   that are no longer open to travellers but once were.

2001  Through The Lens. Greene County Council on the Arts  Mountaintop   Gallery. Windham, New York.

2001  Hudson Valley. Currently showing Foggy Morn in the Catskill Mountain Gallery and Bookstore on Main Street  in Hunter, New York.

2000  A River Flows to the Sea. Greene  County Council  of  the  Arts. Catskill,  New York.  

1995  How ‘Bout You Come Back To Me Later . A collection of cameraless photographs. NYU’s Barney Building.

1995  10 Voices. Photographs using the body as ground and culture as an  implant.

Selected Awards