“No Fruit for her Labor: A Multimedia Cookbook of Gestures”

Sara Clugage and The Dilettante Army Collective have put together a fabulous premier issue entitled Summer Fruit. Below is my contribution to the issue with a link to the entire article with photography. No Fruit For Her Labor Fruits. Labor. The fruits of her labor. No fruits for her labor. Cooking and farming are both… Read More

“IN/Visible,” a video walk thru of the photo install. Large portraits of farmers & porters, catch them on a summer night…

2018 The Real Tastemakers: Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters in India, Humanities Across Borders, 22 Jun 2018. 2018 This new Exhibit Spotlights the People who Make India’s Food. The Teal Mango, Food and Culture, Lakshmi Gandhi, 14 Jun 2018. 2018 Pakistani-American Researcher Sarah Khan On Her Photo-Exhibition On Indian Farmers & Spice Porters.Indian Women Blog, Arunima Maharshi,… Read More

IN/Visible Kimmel Galleries, LaGuardia Place & West 3rd, NYC 7 Jun – 7 Sep 2018

“In/Visible: Portraits of Farmers and Spice Porters of India,” a series of portraits of Indian women farmers and men working as spice porters, will be on display this summer for 24-hour public viewing from June 7 – September 7, 2018 at NYU’s Kimmel Windows Galleries at the corner of LaGuardia Place and West 3rd Street.… Read More

“Farmers: Past, Present, Future” Photo Exhibit, Madison Children’s Museum, WI

“Farmers: Past, Present, Future” Photography Exhibit Madison Children’s Museum, Sidewalk Surprise Series, 10 April – 10 July 2018 The three photographs displayed in the Sidewalk Surprise Series at The Children’s Museum of Madison WI portray a family of women farmers from Central India. The Dandu family, located in the state of Telangana, represent a long… Read More

Farmers of Color 1/3-Part Series

In this three-part series, I explore the brief history of the USDA’s exclusion of farmers of color and provide recent USDA data on where farmers of color farm. In the second part, we learn of four dynamic women activists/farmers of color who are reclaiming their agricultural traditions despite persistent odds. And in the third, we… Read More