Education:

MFA University of Washington 2014, Seattle, WA

BFA Flagler College 2011, St. Augustine, FL

Diploma Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, Jacksonville, FL

Pre-College Study Away, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago , 2007     

 

Teaching Experience:

Drawing and Painting Instructor 2017- Present, Perpich Center for Arts Education, Golden Valley, MN

Classes: Exploring 2-D, Drawing and Painting, Painting Portfolio, Painting Explorations, Drawing to Painting, Advanced Painting, AP Studio Art, Figurative Drawing, Digital Foundations,

Studio Art Instructor September 2016- Present, Artistry, Bloomington, MN

Classes: Intermediate Oil and Acrylic, Abstract Painting, Let's Start Painting, Oil and Acrylic for All Levels, Representational Drawing for Teens, 

Community Outreach Art Instructor, September 2016-2018, Artistry, Bloomington, MN

Classes: Painting without Brushes, Harry Potter Castle for kids,

Adjunct Professor, Intro to Drawing Summer 2014, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Drawing Instructor, Intro to Drawing, Spring 2013-2014, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Solo Shows:

Compulsion, Dec 2018-Feb 2019, MN NAF! Salon, Minneapolis, MN

 

Group Shows:

Faculty Exhibition, Perpich Center for Arts Education, Golden Valley, MN

Instructor and Student Exhibition, Nov-Jan 2018, Artistry, Bloomington, MN

Instructor and Student Exhibition, Nov -Jan 2017, Artistry, Bloomington, MN,

MFA Exhibition, May-June 2014, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, WA

Being Human, May 2014 Sandpoint Studio Gallery, Seattle, WA

Open Studio Exhibition, Jan 2014, Sandpoint Studio Gallery, Seattle, WA

Open Studio Exhibition, Jan 2013, Sandpoint Studio Gallery, Seattle, WA

First Year MFA Exhibition, Jan 2013, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA

 

Lectures:

"Anti-Heroes R Us: Why we Love the Dark Side", We Could be Heroes: The Mythology of Monsters and Heroes in Contemporary Art, Brigham Young University, March 29th, 2013

 

Publications:

"Anti-Heroes R Us: Why we Love the Dark Side" as part of the "We Could be Heroes: The Mythology of Monsters and Heroes in Contemporary Art" Catalog. Brigham Young University