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About

Confronting fact and fiction in image is my primary goal.  Engaging American culture through its by-products, re-configuring myths and stories, and navigating the zeitgeist of post-information society through paint are some of my methods.

I believe we are re-enacting the early 20th century response to industrialism via the digital revolution.

I believe in the inherent power of image.


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Curriculum Vitae

Education:

2015: Massachusetts College of Art and Design, BFA Painting, BFA History of Art

2013: Paint making workshop, Academy of Realist Art, Boston

Exhibitions:

2018: Dobrow-Freeman Gallery, St. Petersburg — The Neighborhood

2016: Midway Gallery, Boston  — You Think It’s ____, But It’s Really ____.

2015: R.E.S Gallery, Brookline — Perception's Edge

2015: Boston City Hall, Boston — Boston City Hall Student Exhibition

2015: Student Life Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston —  ^ to Interpretation

2015: Student Life Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston — Painting Senior Show

2015: Boston Art and Framing, Boston  — DOWNSTAIRS: Watch Your Step!

2015: President’s Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston  — All School Show

2015: Melk Gallery, Xenogogue, Boston  — {…} (Insert Title)

2014: The Middle East Cambridge, Massachusetts  — Travelogue

2014: North Crackatorium  Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston  — Shades of Consciousness

2014 Boston City Hall,  Boston — Boston City Hall Student Exhibition

2014: Student Life Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston  — Call for Art – Architecture  

2013: Wilder Center, Wilder, Vermont  — 4th Annual h.ART Gallery

Professional Work Experience:

2015-2018: Maintained a studio space with multiple guest artists including:

2015-2018: Assistant Director for The Guild of Boston Artists

2016-2018: General Administrator and Web Manager for The Boston Hassle, part of Brain-Arts Organization

2015: Studio intern for artist James Leonard, Boston Center for the Arts, Tent of Casually Observed Phenologies