2000 – 2004 Williams College, Williamstown, MA
Bachelor of Arts with Honors, 2004
Major in Art Studio



2008 present Behavior Therapist for Autistic Preschoolers, San Francisco Unified School District LEAP, San Francisco, CA
2007 2008 Marketing Assistant, Buddy Rhodes Artisan Concrete, San Francisco, CA
20062008 Private Tutor Specializing in Students with Special Needs, San Francisco, CA
2005 Gallery Assistant, Gallery 407, New York, NY
20042005 Museum Store Assistant, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, CA
2004 Co-curator for Parent-Teacher Conference, Senior Art Show, Williams College Museum of Art, MA

20032004 Teacher’s Assistant in Lithography, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
20032004 Teacher’s Assistant in Drawing I and II, Williams College, Williamstown, MA
20002005 Figure Drawing Model, Williams College Art Department, Williamstown, MA


(*solo shows marked by asterisk; **two-person shows marked by 2 asterisks)

2008 *White Lies, Mina Dresden Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 


2007 **In the Time it Takes, Receiver Gallery, San Francisco, CA. 

These Threads Are Lines Crossed, Warehouse 1310, San Francisco, CA. 


2006 Post-Postcard 10, The Lab, San Francisco, CA.

Made in NAMA, Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA.  

2005 Group Show at MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA.

Made in NAMA, Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA. 

*Caught In My Throat, 9 × 17 Gallery at the Contemporary Artists Center, NA MA.

Rock. Paper. Scissors., Canvas Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

The Gift of Giving Show, Canvas Gallery, San Francisco, CA.  


2004 **My Obsessive Grotesque, Femina Potens Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

Parent Teacher Conference, Williams College Museum of Art, Williamstown, MA.

**Orifice, Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA.

Berkshire Art Association Fellowship Show, Berkshire Artisans Gallery, Pittsfield, MA.

*Weeping, Wilde Gallery, Spencer Art Building, Williams College, Williamstown.  

2003 Flesh ’N Bone, Contemporary Artists Center, North Adams, MA. 

How Big Is Yours? The Miniature, Wilde Gallery, Williamstown, MA.

Sexuality and the Media, Images Cinema, Williamstown, MA.

Artists’ Books Show, Wilde Gallery, Williamstown, MA.  


2002  Rock. Wood. Rope. Glass. Wilde Gallery and Carol Cable, Williamstown, MA.

Lithography Show, Wilde Gallery, Williamstown, MA.  



2005 Selected as artist in resident by Contemporary Artists Center in North Adams, MA and awarded a fellowship for the three week residency.  “CAC NAMA focuses on emerging, professional contemporary artists. [CAC] seeks artists who want to produce, explore, test new concepts and take an active role in making the CAC a new type of Research & Development art laboratory. CAC NAMA accepts artist for residencies who offer quality in their art and encourages diversity of style, medium and concepts.”
2004 Recipient of the Karl E. Weston, Class of 1896, Prize for Distinction in Art, Williams College, Williamstown, MA. Awarded to one senior art major  “whose work has shown unusual brilliance, imagination, and industry."

2004 Awarded 1 of 6 Fellowships from the Berkshire Art Association, MA. Residents and students enrolled in college in the Berkshire County qualified to submit work to be juried by a selection committee comprised of artists and professors of art. In addition to the monetary award, fellows exhibit the selected work at the Berkshire Artisans Gallery in Pittsfield, MA for a month-long show. 2004.  

2003 – 2004 1 of 8 faculty-nominated students for the Williams College Art Department’s 1960’s Scholars to invite artists and art historians to give lectures at Williams College.   Faculty selects students who they feel have a potential for a career in education.

2003 – 2004 Faculty-nominated as the Art Studio Senior Advisor to share advice and experiences with underclassmen who are current or prospective Art Studio majors. 

2000 – 2004 Selected as 1 of 4 student members of Baxter (Student Union) Renovation Committee at Williams College. The committee has been responsible for selecting the architects to transform Baxter, and thereafter has been in close correspondence with the architects in making decisions for the new plans, programming, and aesthetics of the student union.