Solo Exhibitions

Some Semblance. The Framers Corner Gallery, Carrboro, North Carolina, 1 October 2016–31 December 2016.

Some Semblance. Through This Lens Photography Gallery, Durham, North Carolina, 17 March–11 April 2015.

Artist Statement

Indiana County Fairs. The Photography Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana. May though mid-June 2003.

Present Tense: Moments in Blacks, Whites, & Grays. The Photography Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana, 15 September–20 October 2000.

Juried Exhibitions

2016 National Juried Photography Exhibition, Academy Center of the Arts, Lynchburg, Virginia, 2 September–1 October 2016.  "Only to a Point" selected.

525,600 MINS, Waterworks Visual Art Center, Salisbury, North Carolina, 28 May–3 September 2016. "Looking up Patton Street, Danville, Virginia" selected.

Selected by Visual Art Exchange to be an Exchange Gallery Featured Artist for January, 2016.

The Image Exhibition, Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, North Carolina, 2-29 October 2015.

"Confederate Blues" selected (open call).

ROYGBIV, Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, North Carolina, 1–28 May 2015.

“Just the Other Evening” selected (open call).

SCOPE: The Southern Landscape. Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, North Carolina, 5–25 June 2015.

Two photographs selected (open call): “Southern North Pole” and “Formerly Furniture”—the former published in Indy Week printed edition and the latter in the online article about the exhibition

photoSPARK.  SPARKcon 2014, Raleigh, North Carolina, 11-14 September 2014.

“Enshrouding, Blue Ridge Parkway” selected (open call), 3rd place award.

Space and Form. Fredericksburg Center for Creative Arts, Fredericksburg, Virginia, March 2014.

“Enshrouding, Blue Ridge Parkway” selected (open call).

Will Grossman Memorial Photography Competition, Through This Lens Photography Gallery, Durham, North Carolina (open call).

  • First Annual, theme "The Triangle" (photographs made within five years of the exhibit opening and within Durham, Orange, Chatham, Wake, Vance, Granville, or Person counties); March 23 to 4 May 2013.
    • Three photographs selected, two of which were within the top twenty images.
  • Second Annual, theme "People, Places and Things in North Carolina"; 12 April to 10 May 2014.
    • “Enshrouding, Blue Ridge Parkway” selected.
  • Third Annual, theme "Heritage," 15 May–13 June 2015.
    • “Soberanía de los Pueblos” [Sovereignty of the People], Madrid, España” selected.
  • Fourth Annual, theme "Diversity"; 23 April–11 June 2016; "Confederate Blues", "Mannequins, Angier, North Carolina," and "21c Museum Hotel Grand Opening, Durham, North Carolina" selected.

Group Exhibitions

“The Presidents in the Library: from Washington to Obama,” Louis Round Wilson Special Collections Library, 13 August 2016–8 January 2017.  Photograph: "Obama at UNC, 2012."

Visual Art Exchange, Photographers Forum Group Show, Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, North Carolina, February 2016.

Visual Art Exchange, Photographers Forum Group Show, United Arts Council Gallery, Raleigh, North Carolina, May 2015; May–June 2016.

Through This Lens, Members Show, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.

Federal Reserve Bank, Chicago, Illinois. Long-term photography exhibit featuring work made within the five-state region the bank serves. Installed November 2002, includes “Bean Bag Toss,” a 68 x 68-inch photograph made at the Morgan County (Indiana) Fair.

Association of International Photography Art Dealers: The Photography Show, New York, New York. Lee Marks, private buyer, dealer, and independent curator, exhibited selection of my photographs along with those of Andrew Borowiec, Kim Charles Ferrill, and Tyagan Miller—all of whom photograph extensively in Indiana. 6-8 February 1999.

Many Roads, Two Views: Indiana Landscape Photographs by Stephen J. Fletcher and Kim Charles Ferrill. The Photography Gallery, Indianapolis, Indiana, 28 August–25 September 1998.

INVISION: An Alliance of Photographic Artists; founding member of INvision, organized in 1994 by twelve Indiana photographers with a mission “to promote and advance the art of photography, and to provide a platform for photographic discourse in order to encourage the artistic growth of its members and to enrich the lives of interested persons through the experience of photography.” Annual exhibitions each November in the Indianapolis Artsgarden (1998, 1997, 1996), Capital Center, Indianapolis (1995), and Stephen Rose Gallery, Indianapolis (1994).