Resume  
  Selected Group Shows  
    2008 Runway, The UPTA Gallery, McAllen, Texas  
    2007 Identity and Expression, The Gallery Project, Ann Arbor, Michigan
On Your Mark, Contemporary Drawings, Spensertown Academy of Arts, Spensertown, NY
Three Graphic Narratives, Rainy River Exhibit Hall, International Falls, MN
Loud, ALL (Arts and Literary Laboratory) Gallery, New Haven, Conneticut
 
    2006 The 181st Annual Exhibition , National Academy of Design, Manhatten
Duality: La Muerta y La Vida, The UTPA Gallery, McAllen, Texas
On Paper/Of Paper, Art League on Long Island, Dix Hill, New York
Terms of Use, 555 Gallery, Detroit, Michigan
Disarmed, Arlington Center for the Arts, Arlington, Massachusetts
 
    2005 Icograms, Newton Art Center, Newton, Massachusetts
The Impermanent Collection II, The 'tempory museum of Painting, Brooklyn, New York
 
    2004 Group Show, Harlem World, Studio Museum of Harlem, Manhatten
 
    2003 Protest Signs , Triple Candie, Manhatten  
    2001 Anniversary Exhibition, Studio 4 West, Piermont, New York
WTC Reactions, Michigan Guild Gallery, Ann Arbor, Michigan
 
    2000 CWA National Multimedia Juried Show, Houston Memorial Museum, Huntsville, Texas
 
       
  Reviews and Criticism  
      Faye Whitback, "Artist exhibit at RRCC represents diverse and impressive background," The Daily Journal, International Falls, Minnesota 4/5/2007  
      Lisa Wurster, "25 under 40," (profile of work), The Artist's Magazine, 3/2007  
      Christine Temin, “ With disparate views, they vividly evoke city life,” (review of show at New Art Center, Newton, MA) The Boston Globe, 4/20/2005  
      Denise Taylor, “ Dance and politics mix; a spring fling in Framingham,” (preview of show at New Art Center, Newton, MA) The Boston Globe, 4/15/2005  
      Herbert Muschamp, “ Metaphors Rise In Harlem Sky,” (review of show at Studio Museum in Harlem) The New York Times, 2/13/2004  
      Keri Guten Cohen, “Moodiness cements a strong; tight show,” (review of show at Paint Creek Center for the Arts, MI) Detroit Free Press, 9/10/2001  
         
  Professional Experience  
       
       
    Adjunct-Assistant Professor, Parsons The New School for Design(2008)  
      Educator responsible for designing at teaching a non-credit Printmaking course to prospective Parsons undergrads a part of the Summer Pre-College Program (SPACE).
    Visiting Artist, Maryland Institute College of Art (2008)  
    Teaching Artist, Jackson Avenue Family Residence (2007 to present)  
    Adjunct-Assistant Professor, Princeton University (2007)  
      Educator responsible for designing and teaching a 3-credit Basic Drawing course to undergraduates in the Princeton University's Program in Visual Arts.  
    Artist-in-Residence, P.S. 57, James Weldon Johnson School, (2006 to present)  
    Studio Assistant to Tony Gray, (2003)  
      Maintained and assisted in management of studio maintenance. Prepared works for various gallery shows.  
    Adjunct Lecturer, University of Michigan, (2001- 2002)  
      Educator responsible for pedagogical design of a 3-credit collaborative teaching course entitled “Detroit Connections”.  
    Graduate Student Instructor, University of Michigan (2001)  
      Educator responsible for designing and teaching a 3-credit undergraduate Basic Drawing course.  
         
  Selected Grants and Awards  
    Puffin Foundation Grant Recipient, 2007  
    Rackham Discretionary Fellowship, University of Michigan, 2001  
    The Redstone Award, University of Michigan, 2000  
    Rackham Merit Fellowship, University of Michigan, 1999-2001  
    The Obed Finch Slingerland Memorial Prize, Amherst College, 1999  
         
  Education  
    Study Abroad in printmaking, Kyoto Seika University, Kyoto, Japan (2001)  
    MFA in Painting, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI (1999 - 2001)  
    BA in Fine Arts and Political Science, Amherst College, Amherst, MA (1995 - 1999)  

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