About Me

I am an American artist and curator working in figurative abstraction and portraiture. My work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions throughout North America and the UK. From 2016-2017, my work was on tour in public and private galleries with the Montreal Arts Council, throughout the province of Quebec. Other highlighted exhibitions in Montreal include Parisian Laundry, Donald Browne Gallery, Lilian Rodriguez Gallery, Joyce Yahouda Gallery, and Gallery B312. 2019 noted exhibitions include, Penn State University, Sanger Gallery, and Amos Eno Gallery of NYC.  In 2020, I particiated in shows in Keywest, FL and London UK.  

I have been a recipient of several grants and awards including the Vermont Studio Residency Grant, Helene Couture Award for Excellence in Painting and the Concordia University Faculty of Fine Arts Fellowship. In 2017, I was a visiting artist lecturer at the Sherwin B. Nuland Institute in Bioethics at Yale University. In 2020, I was awarded an Artist Relief Grant, an initiatve organized by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, United States  Artists, and Creative Capital. 

From 2019-2021 I managed the production and assembly of haute couture clutch handbags in Ardmore, PA. These one-of-a-kind clutches can be purchased at Saks Fifth Avenue, Nordstrom, Net-A-Porter, and other high end boutiques.

In 2020, I started the platform “The Moon Cheese Curator, examining the interface between the body and art production. I curated my first virtual exhibition for Vantage Art Projects in 2020 and will be expanding this curatorial project in 2021. 

I paint in my studio in Philadelphia. 

Updated 8.12.21