Workers, Thuringian Forest, Germany 2012

Workers, Thuringian Forest, Germany 2012  




Online Exhibition Finalist 

Notions of Home 


An open call supporting the Lucie Wittness Program: Visions from the Youth of America. 

Jurors: Rebecca Morse, Kris Graves, Teng Phour and Paris Chong 

September 2021 



Photolucida Critical Mass 2021 Finalist 

July 29, 2021 






Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph 

Editor: Odette England // Published by Schilt Publishing  

This book marks the 40th anniversary of Roland Barthes’ renowned work Camera Lucida (La Chambre claire) in 2020. Artist Odette England invited more than 200 photography-based artists, writers, critics, curators, and historians from around the world to contribute an image or text that reflects on Barthes’ unpublished snapshot of his mother at age five. Foreword: Charlotte Cotton // Essays: Douglas Nickel, Lucy Gallun, Phillip Prodger // Hardcover // ISBN-13: 9789053309377  

Inaugural Exhibition: 

September 10, 2020 to January 10, 2021 / Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX / Keeper of the Hearth: Picturing Roland Barthes’ Unseen Photograph 

Virtual open reception: September 10, 6:30pm CST 


Pictures We Keep, Secrets We Share @ Northeastern CAMD + Center for the Arts (recorded panel from 10/8/2020

Alongside the exhibition at the Houston Center for Photography (September 10, 2020 – January 10, 2021), this unique online panel discussion will feature four acclaimed photographers: Barbara Bosworth, Binh Danh, Eric Gottesman, and Northeastern CAMD’s Assistant Teaching Professor of Photography Dana Mueller. Together with Odette, the artists will share secrets and personal reflections about their images, and those of others featured in Keeper of the Hearth. The panel will be moderated by Dalia Habib Linssen, photography scholar and Head of Academic Engagement at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 


LensCulture, September, 2020 

In the In-Between, July 11, 2020 

Juxtapoz, May 21, 2020 

What Will You Remember?, April 2, 2020 



SPE Northeast Conference Photography: Mentorship + Legacy 

Rhode Island School of Design - Providence, RI  

Featured Speakers // Reframing Mentorship among Collegues 

Chace Auditorium 

Sunday, October 27, 10:15am to 11:15am 

Boston based photography collaborative comprised of Claire Beckett, Dana Mueller, Pam Pecchio and Betsy Schneider lead a conversation around building community in and out of academia. 


Book Review 

Winter's Silent Songs: Lisa McCarty’s Transcendental Concord, Dana Mueller’s May Days, Tema Stauffer’s Upstate, and Meg Griffiths and Eliot Dudik’s Nothing that Falls Away 

What Will You Remember, Jan. 29, 2019 



FOLA Photobook Award Finalist 2018, Buenos Aires, Argentina 



FOLA Photobook Award Finalists 2018 

Fototeca LatinoAmericana Gallery 

Buenos Aires, Argentina 

December 6-9, 2018 




Curators: Nicos Philippou, Nicolas Lambouris & Theopisti Stylianou-Lambert 

International Association of Photography & Theory 

Korai | Project Space 

Nicosia, Cyprus 

November 21 – 30, 2018 

Reception: Wednesday, November 21, 18:30-21:30  



New Arrivals - Recently Released Photography Books: Lisa McCarty (Radius Books), Dana Mueller (Fraction Editions), Amani Willett (Overlapse) 

Photographic Resource Center | Lesley Art + Design 

Atrium Gallery, Lunder Arts Center  

October 9 - December 5, 2018 

Reception and book signing: October 18, 6-8pm 


Book Fair 

Boston Art Book Fair 

CYCLORAMA at Boston Center for the Arts 

October 12-14, 2018 



Arles Books - The Photography Book in all its forms 

Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles 2018 

Location: Monoprix 

July 2 to September 23, 2018 



Cover the Book: Edition One, Interview with Four 

By Melanie McWorther 


September 15, 2018 




Athens Photo Festival 2018 

Benaki Museum (Pireos Annexe) 

Athens, Greece 

June 6 to July 29, 2018 



Family of No Man 

Curated by Brad Feuerhelm and Natasha Christia.  

Cosmos Arles Books 

Les Rencontres de la Photographie, Arles 2018 

July 2 to 8 

Re-visioning the world through non-male eyes 

The aim of this radical curatorial proposition is to revisit Edward Steichen’s original The Family of Man, a seminal photographic exhibition and publication from 1955, which in its time was described “as one of the most ambitious undertakings in an art museum”. Performing the patterns and production modes of the original project, which garnered both appraisal and controversy, The Family of No Man is conceived of as an open-ended physical and virtual platform of how the world today is seen through non-male eyes. 


MAY DAYS Monograph  

Soft cover, 6.75 x 9 inches (170mm x 228mm), 98 pages, 65 plates 

Publisher: Fraction Editions, May 2018 

Printed in Germany, limited edition of 500 

ISBN: 978-1-943948-17-8 

For more info visit here 


Feature (online) 

Still Life 2.0 

N.Y. Photo Curator  

Curated by Yorgos Efthymiadis 

May 2018 



J Book Show 

Cork Photo Festival 2018 

Lewis Glucksman Gallery 

Cork, Ireland 

April 14 + 15, 2018