curriculum vitae


EDUCATION

General Studies   Cornell University, Ithaca NY

B.F.A in Textile Design Rhode Island School of Design, Providence RI


WORKSHOPS & MASTER CLASSES

Coursework 2015-Present International Center of Photography School, New York NY

Workshops   2015-2016 Santa Fe Photo Workshops, Cuba, Mexico & Santa Fe NM

Workshop        2017 Cig Harvey: A Personal Approach, Nord Photography, Iceland

Workshops 2015-Present Maine Media Workshops, Rockport ME

Workshop 2017 Alex Webb & Rebecca Norris Webb: The Art of Editing, NYC NY

Workshop 2017 Cig Harvey & Jonathan Singer: Making the Invisible Visible, Anderson Ranch, Snowmass CO

Workshop 2018 David Chickey, Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb: Art of Editing, Radius Books, Santa Fe NM 

Master Class 2018 Todd Hido: Nocturnal Narratives: Night Urban & Desert, Palm Springs CA

Workshop 2018 Karen Davis: Portfolio Development and Marketing Your Work, The Griffin Museum of Photography, Boston MA

Workshop 2018 Cig Harvey: The Personal Story, Maine Media Workshops, Rockport ME

Workshop 2018 Alyssa Coppelman: The Professional Edit, New Orleans LA

Master Class 2019 Mary Virginia Swanson: Finding Your Audience, Tucson AZ


PORTFOLIO REVIEWS

Portfolio Reviews 2018 Palm Springs Photo Festival, Palm Springs CA

Portfolio Intensive 2018 Center for Photography at Woodstock: Portfolio Intensive, NYC NY

Portfolio Reviews 2018 PhotoNOLA 2018, New Orleans LA

Portfolio Reviews 2019 Invited to attend CENTER’s Review Santa Fe 2019 , Santa Fe NM

EXHIBITIONS

Millbrook NY 2017 Aurelia: Beneath New Mexico Sky

Fort Collins CO 2019 Two images from the CA portfolio of “Where the Heart Is” chosen by juror Cecily Cullen for the upcoming Members

Group Exhibition at the Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins CO

CONFERENCE

Collaboration         2019      Preserving the Recent Past3, Los Angeles: extensive images from the ongoing photographic project “Where the Heart Is”

shown in tandem with collaborator Eduard Krakmalnikov’s presentation of his paper “The Ignored and Vulnerable: Mobile Home Parks as Historic Places”