The most important thing I learned in my time at PCA&D was to always be challenging myself and never get complacent. I had an incredible amount of one on time with my professors because the program was so small and intimate, something that makes it an amazing place to study. A lot of those conversations I had with professors helped better prepare me for a career as an artist outside of school.
• Actively exhibiting through out the United States and Europe
• Selected as a 2016 Light Work Artist-In-Residence, in Syracuse, NY
• Exhibited first solo show at ClampArt in Chelsea in January 2015
• Completed residency with Baxter St Camera Club of New York and will exhibit the work in December 2015
• Installation “Pages of a Bluebook Magazine” will be included in the upcoming traveling museum show “Art AIDS America” a comprehensive survey of 30 years of artist’s making work in response to the AIDS epidemic
• Runner up for the 2013 Aperture magazine Portfolio Prize
• Recipient of the Aaron Siskind Individual Photographer Fellowship in 2012