Wittliff Collections, Texas State Universtiy, San Marcos, TX
National September 11 Memorial, New York, NY
Worker’s Gloves, Riles Gallery, Joint show with Shawn Skabelund
Cowboys: East Germany, Play Hamburg Exhibition Space, Hamburg, Germany
Cowboys: East Germany, Texas Folklife Gallery
Worker’s Gloves, Found Objects, Kickstand Gallery Space, Flagstaff, AZ,
Albuquerque Photographer’s Gallery, A New Reality – A first-person document of 9/11, Albuquerque, NM
Cultural Understanding through Architecture, Arts in Embassies Program, American Embassy, Nicosia, Republic of Cyprus.
Echoes of Loss, Coconino Center for the Arts, Main Gallery, Invitational, April 10 - June 9
At First Sight: Recent Acquisitions, Wittliff Collections, Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
National September 11 Memorial Museum, New York, NY.
National Gallery of Modern Art, Cowboys: East Germany, Leipzig, Germany.
Museum of Modern Art – Moscow and Historic House of JP-Morgan, Loft in the Red Zone, New York, NY and Moscow, Russia.
ArtWalk NYC, Cowboys: East Germany, New York, NY.
Included in: HBO, CNN, Time, Beyond 9/11, Portraits of Resilience, Feature Documentary.
Official Film Festival Selections:
ETNOFiLM, Cowboys: East Germany: Ethnographic Film Festival, Rovijn, Croatia.
ETNOFiLM3, Cowboys: East Germany: University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Ethno-Film Fest, Cowboys: East Germany: International Festival of Ethnographic Film, Serbia
FIFEQ, International Ethnographic Film Festival, Cowboys: East Germany: of Quebec, Montreal
A New Reality, A First Person Document of 9/11, 54-page hardcover book, self-published, Blurb, 2011
Cultural Analysis: An Interdisciplinary Forum on Folklore and Popular Culture, Solovyovo The Story of Memory in a Russian Village, Book Review, Volume 8, 2009 (peer-reviewed academic journal)
Time, Newsweek, New York Times, Sunset, Outside, Wired, Fortune, Forbes, People, Geo, Prevention, (partial list) regularly published in many national and international publications, 1995-Present
Popular Anthropology Magazine, Featured Visual Anthropologist, Vol.1 No.3, September 2010
Albuquerque: Spirit of the West, Starlight Publishing, 2000
Flagstaff Arts Council, https://flagartscouncil.org/2018/02/echoes-loss-artist-responses-trauma/, April 2018
Wittliff Collections, http://www.thewittliffcollections.txstate.edu/about/news/March-2017-At-First-Sight.html, March 6, 2017
Brown, Kristin, Cowboys & Indians magazine, Texas Folklife Presents: Cowboys East Germany Exhibition, http://www.cowboysindians.com/2017/01/texas-folklife-presents-cowboys-east-germany-exhibition/, January 11, 2017
Rice, Laura, Texas Standard, (NPR), “East Germany Has a Thriving Community of Cowboys,” http://www.texasstandard.org/stories/east-germany-has-a-thriving-community-of-cowboys/, January, 2017
Rebmann, Jonathan, “Der Wilde Westen aus dem Vogtland reitet in Texas ein,” January 12, 2017
Eckardt, Ingo, “Vogtland-Cowboys in Texas ein Hit,” http://vogtland-anzeiger.de/Vogtland_Anzeiger/cms-nachrichten/plauen/vogtland-cowboys-in-texas-ein-hit.html, January 13, 2017
Muller, Seth, “The Day the Sky Fell, NAU Professor’s Photography from Ground Zero,” http://azdailysun.com/flaglive/cover_story/the-day-the-sky-fell-nau-professor-s-photography-from/article_a6dc17c0-0950-5d37-895e-f01f21755bc7.html, September 8, 2016
Gomez, Adrian, “9/11: Tragic day brought new reality,” Albuquerque Journal, September, 2013
Smith, Jill, “Loft in the Red Zone Review,” ArtSlant, New York, September, 2011
Xanthos, Julia, “A church destroyed by terror vows to rebuild,” New York Daily News, New York, October 8, 2011
Murabayashi, Allen, “Meet the Experts,” Photoshelter Blog, New York, June 2008
Assistant Professor, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ – 2015-Present
Joint position in Photography and Photojournalism, School of Communication; taught courses: In Photography: Graduate Seminar, Basic, Theory and Psychology of Photography, Location Portraiture, Adventure, Advanced Workflow, Black and White Location, Conceptual; In Journalism: Basic Reporting, Special Topics, Basic Photojournalism, Intermediate Photojournalism
Adjunct Professor, New Mexico State University, Grants, NM — 2013-2015
Computer and media technology, taught course: Digital video production; Anthropology, taught courses: Introduction to World Cultures, Introduction to Anthropology, and Introduction to Language & Culture.
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA — MA, Visual Anthropology, 2010
New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM — BA, Photojournalism, 1990
Coconino Center for the Arts, Echos of Loss, Artist’s Q&A with curator’s Bjorn Krondorfer and Gina Adams, May 5, 2018
Santa Monica College, Santa Monica,CA, Pinhole photographs, Artists in Pinhole: LA, Featured Speaker, 2016
California State Polytechnic Institute, Pomona, Special Projects Lecture on Documentary Projects, Guest Lecturer, 2012
Apple Image Lecture Series, American Photographic Artists, Featured Lecturer, Apple Store SOHO, New York, NY, 2006
ericoconnell.com, Commercial photography website
gallery911.com, Gallery installation and story of 9/11
blurb.com/bookstore/detail/2515722, Book, A New Reality, A First Person Account of 911
youtube.com/user/emo404/videos, Visual anthropology video
BBQ Culture in Los Angeles, Ethnographic research for Box 1824, visual/written
Fogo de Chao, Las Vegas, NV, Ethnographic research for restaurant, visual/written
Cowboys: East Germany, Ethnographic research for graduate degree
Board Member, Cibola Arts Council, Grants, NM – 2012-Present
American Photographic Artists, Los Angeles, CA – 2014-Present
Graham Howe, CEO, Curatorial Assistance, 113 East Union Street, Pasadena, CA 91103, 626-577-9696, email@example.com
Charlie Lockwood, Executive Director, Texas Folklife Gallery, 1708 Houston St., Austin, TX 78756, (512) 441-9255, firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Elena SV Flys, Professor, Arts and Cultural Management, Eastern Michigan University, 734-487-1884, email@example.com
Norm Medoff, Professor, School of Communication, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, AZ, firstname.lastname@example.org