Amos Mac CV

Amos Mac CV


BS in Liberal Arts from The New School, New York


Current Ongoing Project:
Editor and photographer of Original Plumbing, the first magazine quarterly magazine dedicated to the culture of FTM trans men.


Solo Photographic Exhibitions:
“Boys in their Bedrooms”, Lexington Club, San Francisco, 2010
“Boys of Original Plumbing”, LGBT Center, San Francisco, 2010
“Amos Mac”, The Seventh Heart, San Francisco, 2009
“The Muse Files”. Lexington Club, San Francisco, 2008
“Listen when they read to you”, s’Nice, New York, 2007

Collaborative Exhibitions or Slideshows:
"ID this", Munch Gallery, New York City, 2011
“Home Sweet Homo”, Leslie/Lohman Gallery, New York City, 2011
“Wonderers”, Nelson Gallery, UC Davis, 2010
“A Spot of T : Trans Male Cabaret”,  NQAF festival, San Francisco, 2010
Homoscope Film and Arts Festival, Austin, 2010
Descry Magazine Exhibition, San Francisco, 2010
“Darin Klein presents: Original Plumbing”, workspace, Los Angeles, 2010
“TransMasculinites”, Melbourne, Australia, 2010
“Queer Gaze”, Fontanelle Gallery, Portland, 2009
K'Vetch featured artist, curated by Kirk Read and Tara Jepsen, San Francisco, 2009
“The Popsicle Project”, A collaboration with Rhiannon Argo, Lexington Club, San Francisco, 2009
“Formerly Known As”, curated by Kirk Read, The Male Sex Workers Art Show, National Queer Arts Festival, San Francisco, 2009
“Mondo-Politico”, Mondo-Homo Festival, Eyedrum Gallery, Atlanta, 2009
RADAR Reading Series featured artist, curated by Michelle Tea, San Francisco Public Library, San Francisco, 2009
Cutter Photozine Exhibition, SF Cameraworks Gallery, San Francisco, 2009
“Trans men Translated”, Gasworks Arts Park, Melbourne, Australia, 2008
Think Gallery, New York, 2008
“Fey”, 400 Morgan, New York, 2007
Think Gallery, New York, 2007
Casual Disco, Happy Endings, New York, 2007


Italian Vogue
Lambda Legal (ad campaign)
CANDY magazine (Italy)
Männer Magazin  (Germany)
Lock Up Your Daughters (UK)
Original Plumbing
Italian Rolling Stone
San Francisco Examiner
Cutter Photozine
The Sky Report
Writers Digest
The L Magazine
Chief Magazine
Cutter Photozine
Catastrophe Magazine
Muffy! Magazine


“Homo a Go Go : Home Grown”, SOMArts Gallery, San Francisco, 2009
“Homo a Go Go : Erica Beckman”, Lexington Club, San Francisco, 2009
“The Homo-A-Go-Go Documentary”, Featured Selection Outfest 2007, Videographer
“Crossing Arizona”, Official Selection Sundance Film Festival 2006 Documentary Competition, Editor
“Odd Ones Out”, MIX NYC Film Festival 2005, Editor