News
May 2018

Hofstra University awarded me a Faculty Research and Development Grant to faciliate further work on Down For the Day.

 

March 2018

Mike Smith reviews New York Waterways for f-stoppers.com, asking "How then, in this most photographed of places, can a photobook surprise you?"

 

January 2018

More New York Waterways press in It's Nice That online magazine

News 12 profiled my current exhibition "A Further Shore," on view at The Bronx Museum of the Arts Until April 8, 2018

 

December 2017

Wonderful press for New York Waterways in November and December

The Independent

The British Journal of Photography

The Times Literary Supplement

also: we-heart.com, caughtbytheriver.net, creativeboom.com

 

September 2017

Upcoming solo exhibition at The Bronx Museum of the Arts and book launch.

 

July 2016

Lots of press for Right Coast book and show!

Feature Shoot

DNAinfo

CityLab

The Independent

 

June 2016

Right Coast limited edition monograph pre-order is now available.

 

 

April 2016

Slate.com featured A Further Shore in their photo blog, Behold. Jordan Teicher wrote, "In a city that often seems to be marching toward the future, Ray found that time seemed suspended along the water. While her photos surely offer a view of modern New York, they also capture something unchanging about the city." 

 

May 2015

The New York Times presented selections from A Further Shore as their weekly Metropolitan album, accompanied by a beautiful article by reporter John Leland.

 

April 2015

On April 9th the Annenberg Space for Photography in LA screened selections from Right Coast, What are the Wild Waves Saying, and A Further Shore, as part of a slideshow event related to their current exhibition "Sink or Swim: Designing for a Sea Change.




January 2015

Lenscratch featured A Further Shore twice, at the end of 2014 and then kicking off the new year. The main feature, with a lovely introduction by Aline Smithson, can be seen here.

Their extensive round-up of favorite photographs also includes my work, as well as a slew of terrific images, including ones by Richard Bram and Tom Johnson that I really enjoyed.