Category Archives: Art

The New Yorker Premiere

My latest documentary, A LINE BIRDS CANNOT SEE, is now available on The New Yorker Documentary, a new platform which is presenting films that offer “uncommon perspectives on issues that matter to us now.” Please watch and share the film. The film is accompanied by an article by Sarah Larson: “Like another recent film featured […]

Love wins! (an Emmy!!)

Last night the “Trans in America: Texas Strong” team won an Emmy for Outstanding Short doc. We couldn’t be prouder: Here is the writeup in the Dallas Voice: The short documentary Trans In America: Texas Strong — created by ACLU and Little By Little Films and broadcast by them./Conde Nast Entertainment — has won Outstanding Short Documentary […]

“Rhumb Line” at ICOSA Gallery

ICOSA Collective presents Rhumb Line New Work by Amy Bench and Jenn Wilson Opening Reception Friday, August 16, 7-10pm  The easiest way to navigate across the globe is to keep a constant bearing. Naturally, one would think this would be the shortest and straightest route to the desired destination, though surprisingly one would be traveling […]

Conflict of Interest

One of my photographs is featured in the visual art and literary magazine Conflict of Interest. It is paired with an excerpt from Adeena Reitberger’s short story “Here is Always Somewhere Else”: I start riding horses the same year Lani admits to a heroin addiction, but I quit and she doesn’t. She refuses to speak about […]

Artist Talk at GrayDUCK Gallery

I have a series of images up at GrayDUCK Gallery through Sept 25. The image above is one in the series. Please check out the show- it’s a collection of works from 9 artists that are part of The Contemporary Austin’s Crit Group. Tomorrow I’ll be giving an Artist Talk to discuss the work, here […]