I have two photographs being exhibited as part of Arte Laguna Prize, Venice, Italy March 18 - April 8th
I am honored to be selected as a finalist for The Photography Gala Awards: Women Seen By Women.
Fraction Magazine - 9th Anniversary issue
Berlin Biennale 2016: 3 images accepted including Peace Sign and Pistol
April Is the Cruelest Month
Exhibition at the Central Brooklyn Public Library's Lobby Gallery through June 5, 2016
In the Kitchen, selected for Art Photo Index exhibition Not My Family Values, 2015 curated by Rebecca Senf.
Judy In Red, 1 of 3 images as a finalist in the Julia Margaret Cameron 7th Edition, 2015
The fifth Annual Exposure Award - Zein and Maha In the Doorway - selected for the Portraiture Collection being represented in the digital display at the Louvre Museum, Paris as well as in print.
Selected Work shown at Droga 5 Advertising Agency - April 27 - May 27, 120 Wall Street 11th Floor
The New York Photo Festival - Photoworld 2014 - exhibition, Powerhouse Arena, Dumbo, Sept.26-Nov.10
The Photo Review Best of Show: Juried by Jennifer Blessing: The University of the Arts, Philadelphia, PA - Gallery 1401, October 31st-December 5, 2014
The Photo Review: (Charlotte In the Woods) awarded by Stephen Perloff and also included in web-gallery - 6/2014, (Gabe's Scar) included in The Journal 9/2014
(Nathaniel #1) awarded first place by Joseph Carroll (Carroll and Sons) - South Shore Art Center National Juried Show
12 12 Gallery - Show through April 14, 2013:
International Juried Portrait Photography Exhibition, Richmond Va.
Two photographs are featured in the March 2013 issue of Elle Decor:
October 26 - 27th, 2012
Benefit for the Linda Creed Breast Cancer Foundation
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Review in the Philadelphia Enquirer:
James Oliver Gallery, usually a haven for painting, drawings, and sculpture, turns to photography occasionally. Its current exhibition, "Rogue: Exposure," of photographs of people and figures in isolated situations by Thomas Jackson, Ilisa Katz Rissman, and Alyssa Maloof, is its strongest exclusively photography show to date. Jackson's images of mysterious nocturnal scenes (some involving a robot), Rissman's close-up candid color portraits of teens, and Maloof's deliberately sketchy shots of swimmers in a public pool in Philadelphia's Kingsessing neighborhood make for a disparate but of-the-moment gathering.
- Edith Newhall
NY Photo Awards Winners Exhibition (3 images awarded for best fine art)
September 28 - 30
Powerhouse Books, Dumbo
Brooklyn Museum: Go: Open Studios
September 8 - 9
18 Bridge Street #1F
James Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
September 15 - October 17
Open House: Inside Brooklyn's Open Studios - New Yorker Photobooth
August 29, 2012
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