EDUCATION

2002

MFAUniversity of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 

1999

BFANew York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY

 

AWARDS/HONORS 

2006

Summer Research Grant for Continuing Faculty, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA 

CUE Art Foundation Studio Residency, New York, NY 

2005

Durfee Foundation, Santa Monica, CA ARC Grant 

Adjunct Faculty Development Grant, New York University 

Artists Fellowship Award, AIR Gallery, NY, NY

2004

1st Finalist for Fellowship Award/Partial Studio Grant, Smack Mellon Studio Program, Brooklyn, NY 

2003

Felowship Award, Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, MO 

Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Residency at the Woolworth Building 

Rotunda Gallery/BCAT Residency 

2002-03

Artist in the Marketplace (AIM) Participant, Bronx Museum of Art 

 

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2006

“Quiet Moments Spent with Friends,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, January 10-February 7 

2005

“Born on a Train,” Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, MO, January 7- March 15 

2002

“Westward Ho,” MFA Exhibition, Marcuse Gallery, University of California, San Diego, May 13- 17 

2001

“There’s Always Tomorrow” Marcuse Gallery, University of California, San Diego August 29-September 5 

 

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2007

“Jamaica Flux,” Jamaica Center for Art and Learning, show of citywide site-specific installations, Queens, New York Fall 2007 (catalog) 

“Points of Departure: Inner and Outer Journeys in Contemporary Art,” Fox Gallery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA February 6- February 23 

“Xpositions: Faculty Exhibition” Laband Art Gallery, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA January 28- February 28 (catalog) 

2006

“Blips, Drips, and Strips,” curated by Christine Morla, Upfront Gallery, Ventura, CA December 9- January 22 

“High School,” Roberts Gallery, Santa Monica, CA November 30- December 22 (Two person show with Michael Rich) 

“Emerging Photographers” Lennox Contemporary, Toronto, Canada, November 1-15 (book) 

“Radiant” Rotunda Gallery, Brooklyn, NY November 8- December 22

“Biannual,” juried by Jeremy Strick, The Michael Napoliello Gallery, Hermosa Beach, CA June 22- September 2 

“Scale,” juried by Caryn Coleman, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA May 20- June 16 

“Back to Nature” Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA May 28- July 15

Kentucky Derby” Smack Mellon, Brooklyn, NY May 6 

“The Downtown Dinner” Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, New York, NY June 4 “On Site” Angel’s Gate Cultural Center, San Pedro, CA April 30- June 11 

“Art of Photography” Lyceum Theater, San Diego, CA April 20- June 4 

“Generations V” AIR Gallery, New York, NY March 7- April 1 

2005 

“Night of 1000 Drawings” Artists Space, New York, NY December 9

“The F Stops Here” Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA November 5- December 2

“Peekskill Project“ curated by Allison Levy, Erin Donnelly, and Susanna Cole; Peekskill, NY September 24- October 24 

“Pin-Up Show” Jen Bekman Gallery at Fanelli’s, New York, NY September 21- October 2 

“Alumni Exhibition” New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY September 6- October 9 

“I.D.=ID,” AIR Gallery, New York, NY June 17- July 25

“Hey, Hot Shot,” Jen Bekman Gallery, New York, NY May 5-9

“Topographic,” Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, OH January 12- March 11 

2004

“Larger Than Life: 3D Cinema,” Wadsworth Antheneum, Aetna Theater, Hartford, CT November 12 

“International Fine Art Photography,” Museum of Contemporary Art, Fort Collins, CO June 19- August 21 

“Grotto II,” Jessica Murray Projects, Brooklyn, NY June 18-July 18

“New American Talent,” Arthouse at the Jones Center, Austin, TX, June-July (catalog; traveling exhibition)

“Generations 04” AIR Gallery, New York, NY March 2-26 

“Managing Eden,” Traveling show Organized by the Center for Photography at Woodstock, University of North Texas Art Gallery, Denton, TX, January 26- February 28 

2003

“Miraculous: Contemporary Ex-Votos Painting,” ChezTGN, Brooklyn, NY December 10-January 5 

“Reality.Fiction: (re)constructing representation, Jamaica Center for Arts And Learning, Queens, NY October 25- January 17 

“Current Works” Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, MO, October25- November 29 

“Open Studios,” Lower Manhattan Cultural Council’s Residency at the Woolworth Building, New York, NY, September 20-21 

“AIM 23” Bronx Museum of the Arts, Bronx, NY July-October 2003 “Wish You Were Here Too,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, June 24- July 19 

“5th Biennial,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, Juror: Shamim Momim, March 4-29 

“Americana,” Westside Gallery, New York, curated by Anne Ellegood and Rachel Gugelberger, February 8-22 

2002

“TV or Not TV,” LA Freewaves, “See Ya at the Movies,” finale screening, Vermont Music Café, Los Angeles, CA November 30  

“Once Over,” Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts Gallery, New York, NY, September 6- 30  

33/20,” Tisch School of the Arts, Gulf and Western Gallery, New York, NY August 26- September 27  

“Love Hotel,” Pillow Lavas Collective, University of California, San Diego, Visual Arts Facility, June 1 - June 13, 2002   "Westward Ho,” MFA Exhibition, Marcuse Gallery, University of California, San Diego, May 13- 17 (solo exhibition)  

“What a Doll,” Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, Ellensburg, WA March 1- April 27  

Generations III,” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, February 26- March 23, 2002     

2001

“Current Works 2001,” Society for Contemporary Photography, Kansas City, MO October 19- November 24  

ana 30,” The Holter Museum of Art, Helena, MT, Juror: Peter Schjedahl, August 24- October 28, 2001

“Sewn,” Studio 237, University of California, San Diego, June 4-8 (curator of show and contributing artist)  

“4th Biennial” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, Curator: Anne Ellegood, February 27- March 24

“Curious Journeys,” Gallery 214 Art Space, Montclair, NJ February 23- March 24 

 

BIBLIOGRAPHY

_NY1, “Artist in Residence Program, Formerly Housed in WTC, Finds New Home,” NY1, broadcast June 24 & 25, 2003, 8 minutes 

_Society for Contemporary Photography, “Current Works 2001” CD-ROM

_Society for Contemporary Photography, “Current Works 2003” CD-ROM 

_Flash Forward, Toronto: Magenta Publishing, 2006 

Cohen, David, ed. Artworld Digest, March 2006 

Hackman, Kate, “Photo Exhibit Puts Substance Ahead of Style,” The Kansas City Star, 29 (November 14, 2003) 

Johnson, Ken, “A Mix of Works in the Bronx,” The New York Times, (August 15, 2003) 

Johnson, Ken, “Art Guide” The New York Times, E46 (December 12, 2003) 

Porter, Carolyn, “They Like Me, They Really Like Me: New American Talent,” Glasstire: Texas Visual Art Online, June 2004 

Rosenberg, Karen. “Market Share.” The Village Voice (August 23, 2003)

Saltz, Jerry, “Around Here,” New American Talent, Austin: Arthouse at the Jones Center, 2003 

Seidel, Mitchell. “Time Lapse.” The Star Ledger (June 17, 2000) 23 

Tranberg, Dan. “Artists Play on Familiar Landscapes in Spaces Show,” The Plain Dealer, (February 6, 2005)

Trafton, Robin. “Frosty First Friday: The Works are Hot in the District’s Galleries, Even If the Air Outside is Not,” The Kansas City Star, January 7, 2005

Yee, Lydia and Amy Rosenblum, AIM 23. New York: The Bronx Museum Of the Arts, 2003 

 

COLLECTIONS

Christine Anderson, Los Angeles, CA 

Nancy Fitzpatrick, Stockbridge, MA 

Tom Healy, New York, NY 

Pat McDonald, Kansas City, MO 

Dena Muller, New York, NY 

Rigoberto Portillo, Brooklyn, NY 

Brad Rockwell, Austin, TX 

Mimi Turner, New York, NY 

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2005-present Assistant Professor of Photography, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, CA 

2005Visiting Professor of Fine Arts, Bennington College, Bennington, VT 

2005-2003 Adjunct Professor of Photography and Imaging, New York University, Tisch School of the Arts, New York, NY 

2005 Adjunct Professor of Art, Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY 2003 

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