Bohemian documents my work from 2011-2014, covering six solo exhibitions I had in Prague and the Czech Republic during that time period. As an expatriate and emigrant, I deal with metaphors of travel, immigration, cultural difference, isolation, technology and the future. I went to Prague the first time in the early 1990s, as a member of the first wave of American expatriates. After living in New Orleans and New York, in 2001 I returned to Prague, where I continue to live and work in my studio in the former industrial area of Vysocany. I have shown my works in a number of underground, alternative spaces including AM180, Galerie Kytka, Berlinskej Model, Galerie Prokopka, and Galerie NTK among others. The book includes introductory essays by Lisa Howorth, art historian and author of the novel Flying Shoes, and Branislava Kuburovic, PhD, a writer and researcher in the interdisciplinary fields of performance and visual culture, currently teaching at Prague College; 118 images, both color and b/w, 138 pages.