Borodynka, Ukraine / Cyclorama Installation in Times Square

For a rally in Times Square for the second anniversary of the beginning of the full-scale invasion of Ukraine by Russia, I installed a walk-in photograph, or cyclorama, of a bombed-out apartment block in Borodyanka, Ukraine.

Before dawn on March 6, 2022, Russian warplanes targeted this apartment block with 500-lb bombs. Forty civilians sheltering in basements were killed after sections collapsed on them. Much of the town was also left in ruins. 

The image was created from over 30 high-resolution images and can be viewed at resolution at:

Spring/Break Art Show, Sept 7-12, New York

Spencer Tunick and I brought together our art practices as well as 125 intrepid spirits to create a series of panoramic photographs for Spring/Break Art Show. The settings were a field, an orchard, a forest and the middle of a river. One of the panoramas was turned into a cyclorama, or walk in photograph that is 8 feet tall and 25 feet long, wrapping around you inside an 8′ diameter cylindrical frame covered with mirrors.

You can see a short, 7-minute video created by Rusty Tagliarini / Antiquity Echoes documenting the day at

More information about Spring/Break Art Show at

Installation at Spring/Break Art Show
Behind the scenes – drone footage creating the first panorama