June 2019

https://paddle8.com/work/h-spencer-young/176183-inversion-14/

https://itsartlaw.org/auction/



- A VIP reception and preview will take place on June 25, 2019 at the Taylor | Graham gallery located at 32 East 67th Street in Manhattan.

- Paddle8.com will host the benefit auction online beginning Tuesday, June 11, through Thursday, June 27, 2019 at https://paddle8.com/auction/center-for-art-law.

ABOUT THE CENTER FOR ART LAW:

The Center for Art Law is a New York City-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization at the crossroads of visual arts and the law. Its mission is to provide training and insights into the multidisciplinary field of art law, by ensuring that legal resources related to visual arts and cultural heritage are centrally aggregated and easily accessible, for the benefit of artists, attorneys, students of both disciplines, art market professionals and members of the general public. Originally started as an art law blog in 2009, the Center evolved into a research and education organization in 2012 under the leadership of Irina Tarsis, Esq., an attorney and art historian. On December 27, 2017, the Center was incorporated as a not-for-profit charitable organization


April 2019


Guest Contributor, WFMU’s Rancho Thatchmo Radio Show, (WGXC, WFMU) Host: Thatcher Keats, New York

  • Joan as Police Woman, “Warning Bell [OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO]” featured in The Atlantic.


March 2019


Guest Lecturer, “The Imagemaker,” Hawken School, Gates Mills, OH

Teaching Artist, Manhattan Youth, Painting, Digital Art, Photography, New York

November 2018


  • Group Show, Galerie Richard, Rema Hort Mann Foundation, New York

October 2018

  • Guest Contributor, WFMU’s Rancho Thatchmo Radio Show, (WGXC, WFMU) Host: Thatcher Keats, New York, http://www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/82147
  • Teaching Artist, Manhattan Youth, Digital Art, Photography, New York

September 2018

  • Carriage Trade Gallery, Group Show, Social Photography VI, Extended through September 23, 2018

July 2018

  • Goup Show, Carriage Trade, Gallery, Social Photography V, Lower East Side, New York
  • Teaching Artist, Filmmaking Intensive, Manhattan Youth, New York

June 2018

  • Guest Contributor, WFMU’s Rancho Thatchmo Radio Show, (WGXC, WFMU) Host: Thatcher Keats, New York

April 2018

  • Teaching Artist, Filmmaking Intensive, Manhattan Youth, New York

February 2018

  • Teaching Artist, Filmmaking Intensive, Manhattan Youth, New York
  • Work featured in The Lo Down

January 2018

  • Images featured by Henry Street Settlement

November 2017

  • Director: Joan As Police Woman, "Warning Bell" Official Music Video
  • Film for Juice Press featured on Fox News Business

December 2016 - February 2017

  • Images featured by The Lo Down, Lower East Side, NY

November 2016

  • Writer/Director: Hudson’s Bay Company, “Adventurers of Hudson’s Bay”

April 2016

  • Guest Lecturer, Color Photography, Fashion Institute of Technology, New York

May 2014


  • Invited to shoot family and survivor preview of National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Battery Park, New York

  • Profiled in, "The Lo Down: My LES." Lower East Side, New York, Link

January 2014

  • Commission: Henry Street Settlement 2013 Annual Report report cover. Lower East Side, New York.

September - October 2013

  • Global collaboration with Ram Dass

July 2013

  • Guest Lecturer, The Ghetto Film School, Harlem, New York

November 2012

  • Editor / Sound Designer, "Samuel in Space"Â Director: Rashid Johnson for Ballroom Marfa, DP: Rod Lamborn

• Commission for Juice Press; Directed and shot brand film currently playing in 65 store locations, as well as vehicle wraps, social media and in-store large format displays, New York, New York

July 2012

  • Director of Photography: Mykki Blanco, "Head is a Stone". Director: Nick Hooker. Edited by Sloane Klevin.

April 2012

• Writer/Director: Honor Spring 2012 Collection & Runway Film. Exclusive Premiere: W Magazine

March 2012

Orchard Street, Rainy Morning" photograph featured all month on the City of New York homepage.

Fall 2010

Photographs of the Gowanus Canal featured in the New York Times cover story.

2009 - 2014

New York Times / Ft. Greene Local features Spencer's photographs.

2006 - 2008

• Writer/Director: "Swing State," feature documentary, World premiere: Cleveland International Film Festival, Distributor: Morningstar Entertainment.
Available on NetflixTrailer

2006

Story Advisor: "Jack Smith and the Destruction of Atlantis"Director: Mary Jordan, Producer: Kenneth Peralta, World Premiere: Tribeca Film Festival, Entertainment Weekly, 10 best films of 2006

May - June 2004

Interactive site specific digital installations for Amfibian, Experimental rock band led by Phish songwriter, Tom Marshall, featuring original arrangements of Phish songs. Knitting Factory, New York, & B.B. King's, New York.

January 2002

Founded first Final Cut Pro-based post production facility ever.

1998

• 1st place: Logo Competition, Amfibian, experimental band led by Phish songwriter, Tom Marshall, featuring original arrangements of Phish songs