Click to enlarge AVAILABLE WORKS
|2000-01||The New York Foundation for the Arts|
|1999||Light Work's Artist-in-Residence|
|1998-99||Aaron Siskind Foundation Fellowship|
|1990-91||New York Foundation for the Arts|
|1988||Braxton & Stanley Fox|
|1973||The Art Directors Club Inc.|
|1971||Mead Library of Ideas|
|1987||Port Washington Public Library, Long Island, NY|
|1985||AT&T Gallery, New York, NY|
|1978||Martin Luther King., Jr. Center, Erie, PA|
|1977||Benin Art Gallery, New York, NY|
|1972||Studio Museum in Harlem, New York, NY|
Museum of Modern Art, UFA Gallery, The Schomburg Center, Kenkeleba Gallery, Herberd T. Johnson Museum Of Art, The Skylight Gallery, New York Public Library, Jamaica Arts Center, Gallery 62, The Studio Museum in Harlem, Blaffer Gallery, Westchester Center for the Arts, Simply Arts Gallery and the Strong Museum all in NY state. Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC, San Francisco Museum Of Art, Duke University Museum, NC, Hammonds House, Altalta, GA, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX, The Burgess Fine Arts Collection and others.
The Light Work Annual: Contact Sheet #107 (portfolio); Light Reading, King of Blue: The Making of the Miles Davis Masterpiece, Canon ads, The Black Female Body In Photography, Collecting African-American Art, A History Of Black Photograohers 1840-Present: Reflections in Black, Ten/8 (portfolio and interview); American Visions and others.
|2001||Historically Significant Photographers: Karen Bell, Director and Interviewer, The New School Jazz: Ken Burns|
|1999||Artist and Influence: Louis Draper, Interview, Hatch-Billops Collection, Inc.|
The Museum of Modern Art, The Schomburg Collection, The Light Work Collection, The New York Public Library, Chase Manhattan Bank, Kenkeleba Gallery, James VanDerZee Collection, Heverford College, Paul Robeson Archives, Princeton University, Avery Reserch Center, Harlem Hospital, Cornell University, Hatch-Billops Collection, Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, TX and The Burgess Fine Arts Collection.