SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

Mars Hall Gallery, 4x4 show w/Leo Brooks, Mimo Gordon-Riley and Ron Weaver, Port Clyde, Maine, July 2015
Penobscot Marine Museum, solo show - Fishermen of Port Clyde, Searsport, Maine 2014
Mars Hall Gallery, group show - Outside the Box : Visionary Show, Port Clyde, Maine 2014
Maison folie de Beaulieu, solo show - Fishermen of Port Clyde, Searsport, Maine 2013
Wallwork Gallery, solo show - Fair Isle, Rockport, Maine 2010

Lumina Gallery, Exposed:Exploring the Roots - an International Pinhole Exhibition, Vienna, Austria, 2015
Rayko Photo Center, 8th Annual Juried Plastic Camera Show, San Francisco, CA, 2015
Darkroom Gallery, Chronograph, Johan Hallberg-Campbell - juror, Essex Junction, VT 2015

Mars Hall Gallery, group show – Black & White, Port Clyde, Maine 2013
Wallwork Gallery, group show – Self Portraits, Rockport, Maine 2013
Aarhus Gallery, group shows - Obscura and Extravaganza, Belfast, Maine 2009
R&F Paints, group show – Mixed Images, Kingston, New York 2008
Lincoln Street Center for the Arts, group show – Rockland, Maine, 2006
Naoussa Gallery & Sculpture Garden, group show – Tyringham, Massachusetts, 2005
Maine Media Gallery, group show – Voyage of the Self, Rockport, Maine 2003
IS183, group show – Artists Along the Housatonic, Interlaken, Massachusetts, 2000

COLLABORATIONS
Mary’s Baby: Frankenstein 2018 with Theater Director, Esther Mollo, Lille, France, March 2013
Baker's Dozen, a pinhole correspondence w/ Amy Rockett-Todd – Maine & Oklahoma, April ‘13 - April ‘14
 

BOOK/FILM
The Song Cycle – self-published pinhole portfolio, Oryx Worx Press, February 2008
Flying Fish, a 10-minute, 16mm film, New York, New York. 1992

MEDIA

Guillaume B. “Avec vue sur la mer,” Sortir Lille Eurorégion, February 13, 2013
Sophie Filippi-Paoli, “Le quotidian des pêcheurs de Port Clyde par Antonia Small,” La Voix du Nord, February 2, 2013
Juliette Laaka “Picturing local fishing heritage for international audience” – Courier Gazette, December 26,2012
“Rediscovering the art of fish cutting” – Working Waterfront, December 2009: pg. 2
“Port Clyde church bell rings for fish processing” - Working Waterfront, August 2009: pg. 3
In collaboration with Laurie McDonnell, Bridging Two Worlds, SALT Omnibus Magazine 2000: pgs. 70-85
David Grima “Images at the Edges of Vision” The Camden Herald 2000: B-1
Kapil Sharma, Portrait of a Dancer, video interview, Rockport, Maine 2000 – aired on MPBN 2001

GRANTS/AWARDS/RESIDENCIES
Maine Arts Commission – Good Idea Grant, Augusta, Maine 2007
Vermont Studio Center – Artist Residency, Johnson, Vermont 2006
Vermont College – Visual Arts Scholarship, Montpelier, Vermont 2001
Director’s Award – New York Film Academy, New York, New York 1992

SELECTED TEACHING
The Monster Project with Esther Mollo, Studio for Interrelated Media Studies, Massachusetts College of Art - Boston, Massachusetts 2013
Photography mentor, private classes offered from my home studio. Port Clyde, Maine. On-going.
Dance Class for the Photographer w/ Sean Kernan, Maine Media Workshops, Rockport, Maine. 2011
French language program one-room schoolhouse, Monhegan Island, Maine. 2000, 2001, 2006
Photo studio manager / teaching assistant Maine Media Workshops, Rockport, Maine. 2000-2001
Partnering with Professionals – Teen Mentoring in Photography at Center for Maine Contemporary Art, Rockport, Maine 2000, 2001
Community Photography Class – Maine Photographic Workshops, Rockport, Maine 2000, 2001
Interim Director Barrington Ballet Great Barrington, Massachusetts, 1990-1992

SELECTED PERFORMING & PRODUCTION WORK
Photo Archive Intern Aurora & Quanta Photo Agency, Portland, Maine 1999
Associate Producer Black Ice Entertainment, LLC. Stockbridge, Massachusetts and Washington, DC. 1998
Assistant to Philip Plisson, Peintre Officiel de la Marine (marine photographer), Brittany & Scotland 1997
Assistant to Daniel Teboul, commercial photographer, New York, New York 1995
Company Member and Production Assistant - Victory Girl Productions - Longyearbyen, Svalbard Stockbridge, Massachusetts and New York, New York 1990-2006
Choreographer & Performer Jacob’s Pillow, New York City & Berkshire dance festivals and venues 1990 - 2005
Performer The Conservator, by Christopher Eaves, New York, New York, 1994
Co-Founder and Coordinator Berkshire Artists Collaborative and Not The Bossa Nova Night (an evening of international dance), Great Barrington, Massachusetts 1990 & 1991
Company Member Ko-Motion Movement Theater, Albany, New York 1990 -1991
Dancer in works by Jo Ann Murray, Dawn Lane, Christine Cole, and Tina Simonetta 1986-1992

ARTISTIC FORMATION
Camp Tintype with John Coffer – Dundee, New York 2014
Photography & Encaustic, R&F Paints - Kingston, New York 2007
B.A. Vermont College - Montpelier, Vermont 2003
Professional Certificate in Photography, Maine Photographic Workshops - Rockport, Maine 2000
B&W Documentary Photography, SALT Institute for Documentary Field Studies - Portland, Maine 1998
16 mm filmmaking, New York Film Academy - New York, New York 1992
Contemporary Dance with Irene Hultman - New York and Paris 1991, 1992
Diplôme de Langue Française, Alliance Française – Paris, France 1990
École de Mimodrame de Paris de Marcel Marceau - Paris, France 1988-89
Contemporary & Modern Dance, Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival – Becket, Massachusetts 1985, 86 & 91

LANGUAGES
English, mother tongue
French, conversant