Ben will have one photograph from his Irish Feis series on view at the APA/LA's Off the Clock exhibition. After the exhibition, the images will rotate through some of the most creative advertising agencies in Los Angeles, including Saatchi LA and Ignited.
The Winter 2017 issue of the Emory Register, Emory University's alumni magazine, includes an article featuring Ben's visual journalism practice.
Ben will have one photograph from his Willets Point series on view at the 3rd Open Call exhibition at PCPA in Providence, RI.
Ben will have one photograph from his Cuba series on view at the 3rd Annual “Street Shooting Around the World” exhibition at the Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP).
The latest print issue of Rangefinder Magazine features an article about Ben and one of his portrait photographs.
Karen Davis of the Davis Orton Gallery has selected Ben to participate in her gallery's exhibition and portfolio showcase. The theme of the show is "Identity: Race in America."
Three of Ben's photographs from his Black Lives Matter series will be featured at the 'UP TO US' exhibition at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Curated by Wyatt Closs and his team at Big Bowl of Ideas, the exhibition is being hosted by the Wake the Vote Election Hub at the Pro Humanitate Institute. Focused on young people and civic engagement, the show is produced by media personality, Melissa Harris-Perry, who runs the Pro Humanitate Institute.
Ben is proud to announce his debut solo exhibition, taking place at Chelsea Market in New York City, from October 1 - December 31, 2016. Ben will be exhibiting 22 photographs selected from his series entitled RIO throughout the entire public area of Chelsea Market from 9th to 10th Avenue. Chelsea Market hosts 35,000 visitors per day.
The Atlanta Photography Group has selected four of Ben's photographs to be exhibited at their 2016 Airport Show, which takes place in the central atrium of the world's busiest airport: Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport. 260,000 visitors pass through the airport daily.
New York Amsterdam News published an article highlighting Ben's upcoming solo exhibition at Chelsea Market.
Twenty-one photographs from Ben's documentary series entitled Willets Point have been selected to be featured digitally as part of Photoville's Opening Night multi-media presentation. The presentation, called "Battle of the Boroughs," is presented by the United Photo Industries team along with five guest curators, each representing a borough of New York City.
Thank you to Baxter St at CCNY for awarding Ben's Cuba series Honorable Mention in their 2016 Annual Juried Competition. The competition was juried by Mickalene Thomas.
Ben is honored to have two photographs from his Black Lives Matter series exhibited in a fantastic pop-up art exhibition, called Truth to Power. The exhibit, presented by Rock The Vote in partnership with #Cut50 and other national and community partners, will take place in Philadelphia during the DNC Convention. Ben will be joined in the exhibit by many incredible artists, including Shepard Fairey, Banksy, and Hank Willis Thomas.