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Lush Hush, Center for Maine Contemporary Art, 2020.
Cove Street Arts, Portland, Maine, 2020.
Antidote, Maine Museum of Photographic Arts, 2020.

Tintype Demo, Brick Store Museum, Kennebunk, Maine, 2020.
Coming and going, Artist Profile, by Emma Geiger, 2018.
Relics, Space Gallery, 2018.
Rock Meets Soil, 2018.
Deserted American Dreaming, Culture Trip, 2017.

Radar Poetry, Issue 16, New Jersey, 2017.
Tintype Portraits will take you back to the days of old, Portland Press Herald, 2017.
Art+Science, Lenscratch, 2016.
Patterns of Aggression, Maine Museum of Photographic Arts, 2016.
Patterns of Aggression, Maine Press Herald, 2016.
Deserted American Dreaming, Alternative Realities, Maine Magazine, 2016.
The Source, CMCA Biennial, Portland Press Herald, 2016.
The Source, CMCA Biennial, Maine Home and Design, 2016.
Peripheral Subsistence, Escape Routes, Sheboygan Press, Sheboygan, WI, 2016.

Off the Grid, Oxford American, 2015.
The Art of Taking a Tintype, Penobscot Bay Pilot, 2015.
Peripheral Subsistence, CMCA Biennial, Art NewEngland, 2014.
“Caswell’s tintypes point to a resurgence of historic processes seen in Maine and elsewhere. With Transient Salesman, he affords us a vicarious look at
the bohemian counterculture of hipsterism that exists with effortless cool on the margins of Americana.”
Peripheral Subsistence, CMCA Biennial, Press Herald, 2014.
Peripheral Subsistence, BRINKv1, Boston Globe, 2014.
Flash Forward Festival, Big Red and Shiny, 2013.
Formal; Evidence, Portland Press Herald, 2011.

F:100, Leslie K Brown, Fototazo, 2010.
Maine Art Scene, 2010.
Geographic Observatory, Art and Other Important Things, 2010.
Patches Within Proxcility, Portland Pheniox, 2010.
Aggregate, Portland Pheniox, 2009.
Aggregate, Maine Suday Tellegram, 2009.