b. cambridge, ma. currently living and working in sf, ca.
member of the secret society of ghost scouts
California College of the Arts - MFA Studio Practice 2019
California College of the Arts - MA Visual and Critical Studies expected 2020
George Washington University - BA in Fine Art and Sociology 2014
CCA MFA Exhibition, Minnesota Street Project, San Francisco, CA
Laughter and Tears, Embark Gallery, San Francisco, CA
[with Brian Bartz, Calum Craik, Ricki Dwyer, Zoe Eagan-Gardner, Neil Greiss, Nathan Kosta, Heesoo Kwon, Leslie Samson-Tabakin, Hannah Tuck, and Yiling Zeng]
Contemporary Accreditation, American Industrial Center, San Francisco, CA
[with Holly McHue, Kira Dominguez-Hultgren, Laura Figa, Troy Chew, Dani Lopez, Michelle Bonilla Garcia, Preston Fox]
Capitalist Exorcism, Hubbell Street Project Space, San Francisco, CA
[with Miriam Dym and River Black]
Gray Matter, PS8 Gallery, San Francisco, CA
[with John Baldessari, Emily Budd, Laura Figa, Rita McBride, Nancy Sayavong, Hyeyoon Song, Christopher Squier, Sean Talley, Amy Tavern]
Postcards to Maude, Chandler Gallery, Cambridge, MA
2014 Annual Awards Show, Gallery 102, GWU | Corcoran School of Arts and Design
Stupid Dope Moves, Gallery 102, GWU | Corcoran School of Arts and Design [curated by Jahdai Kilkenny]
Aperture On Sight - 20-lesson curriculum designed to teach visual literacy through photography and photobook creation.
Muse: Mickalene Thomas Photographs and tete-a-tete - Educational Resource to Accompany Aperture Foundation's Traveling exhibition.
The Open Road: Photography and The American Roadtrip - Educational Resource to Accompany Aperture Foundation's Traveling exhibition.
Alex Webb and Rebecca Norris Webb on Street Photography and the Poetic Image - Educational Resource to Accompany Aperture Foundation's publication.
Question Bridge: Black Males in America - Educational Resource to Accompany Aperture Foundation's publication.
Larry Fink on Composition and Improvisation - Educational Resource to Accompany Aperture Foundation's publication.
The Business of Photography: A Conversation with Mary Virginia Swanson - Interview with Mary Virginia Swanson published on Aperture's blog.
Impracticum - ongoing project
Frederick & Laetitia Meyer Endowed Scholarship - California College of the Arts, 2018-Present
CCA Merit Scholarship - California College of the Arts, 2017-Present
Presidential Scholar of the Arts - George Washington University, 2010-2014
For Freedoms - For Freedoms Student Fellow, 2018-2019
Animal Charity Evaluators - Graphic Designer, 2016-Present
Hillary for America/Maine Democratic Party - Volunteer Field Organizer, 2016
Aperture Foundation - Education Work Scholar, 2015-2016
Mark Ostow Photography - Studio Manager, 2014-2015
The Phillips Collection - Education Intern, 2014
VehicleSF - Project Management Intern, 2012
Aspen Mays - teaching assistant for Investigations 2: Sequencing and Context CCA undergraduate photography class.
Brad Troemel - assisted in preparation for Troemel’s Freecaching show at Tomorrow Gallery.
Tim Davis - weekend workshop at Aperture Foundation intended to help artists conceptualize and write about their work.
Mary Virginia Swanson - business of photography workshop series at Aperture covering topics from publishing to securing funding.
Mark Seliger - weekend portraiture workshop held in his studio, organized by Aperture.
John Gossage - weekend workshop at Aperture focusing on developing photographic projects in book form.
Bruno Ceschel - weekend workshop at Aperture focusing on self-publishing.
Bill Armstrong - weekend workshop at Aperture which covered the aesthetic principals of color as they relate to photography
Rick Sands - week-long workshop at Aperture focusing on learning how to see, understand, and realize lighting scenarios.