Cirriculum Vitae

E D U C A T I O N 

2017 : MFA Pratt Institute, Printmaking with Honors 

2015 : BFA Rochester Institute of Technology, Fine Arts Studio Magna Cum Laude 

R E S I D E N C I E S / A W A R D S

2019 : Main Street Arts Artist-in-Residency, May 2019 Recipient, Clifton Springs, NY 

2019 : Sodus Central School District Artist-in-Residency, February 2019 Recipient, Sodus, NY 

2018 : Link Link Supper Club Lecture Series Lecturer S04 E05 9/2018 “Personal Space”, Brooklyn, NY

2017 : Pratt Circle Award, The Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2015 - 2017 : Pratt Scholarship, The Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY

2015: CIAS Research, Scholarship and Creativity Symposium, Undergraduate Representative for the School of Art, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY

2011 - 2015 : Dean’s List:, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY

2012 - 2014 : Named Scholar, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY

2011 - 2015 : Innovation Scholar, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY

S H O W S 

2019 : “Layered Stories” 3 person show curated by Wall Frame Affairs, Brooklyn NY 

2019 : “Place Setting”, Group Show curated by POLITITS Coalition, The Yards Collective, Rochester NY 

2017 : “Graduate Fine Arts”, Curated MFA Group Show, The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2017 : “What Not to Say”, Solo MFA Thesis Show, DeKalb Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2017 : “What You Learn While You’re Here”, 2017, Group Show curated by Kalia Brooks, The Boiler at Pierogi Gallery, Brooklyn NY

2016 : IPCNY Second Annual Student Print Showcase, International Print Center of New York, New York NY 

2016 : :Graduate Fine Arts”, Curated MFA Group Show, The Rubelle and Norman Schafler Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2016 : “What About Now”, Curated Group Show by The History of Art and Design Student Association, DeKalb Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2016 : “ON Repeat” Curated Group Show by Lia Kim Farnsworth and LC Wilkins, Steuben Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2015 : “All at Once”: Salon Style Group MFA Show, Steuben Gallery, Pratt Institute, Brooklyn NY 

2015 : IPCNY First Annual Student Print Showcase, International Print Center of New York, New York NY 

2015 : “Liminal Madness”, Group BFA Thesis Exhibition, Gallery R, Rochester NY 

2014 : National Small Works Show, Group Show, Main Street Arts, Canandaigua NY 

2014 : ROC&ROLL Print Review, Curated Group Show by Lindsey Collier, Dichotomy Rochester, Rochester NY 

2014 : ROCO 6x6, Salon Style Group Show, Rochester Contemporary Arts Center, Rochester NY 

2013/2014/2015 : Undergraduate Honors Showcase, Group Show, Bevier Gallery, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester NY 

2011 : “Shared Spaces”, Group Show, Nazareth College, Rochester NY 

P R O F E S S I O N A L E X P E R I E N C E 

Substitute Teacher : Sodus Central School District and Williamson Central School District, Wayne County, New York

March 2019-Present

www.soduscsd.org/

www.williamsoncentral.org/

  • Follow regular teacher’s lesson plans in a way that ensures consistency and optimal learning, and that encourages students to participate

  • Assign classwork and homework as necessary, according to lesson plans

  • Modify teaching styles to fit the learning styles of various students

  • Maintain a well-managed classroom and positive learning environment

  • Supervise students out of class such as in the hallways and in the cafeteria

Lead Teaching Artist : The Painted Cloud, New York City 

August 2017- February 2019 

www.thepaintedcloud.com 

  • Development and teaching of engaging studio art classes, workshops, fairs, parties, field trips and studio visits for young artists 

  • Design and implementation of project plans, including educational understanding, technical processes, critique and art historical references centered around community minded experimentation 

  • Excellent artisanship as a teacher/artist 

  • Maintaining a positive and work conducive studio environment for young artists 

  • Classroom management skills of ages 15 months to 12 years of age 

  • Encourage peer teaching 

  • Self-starter and collaborator with other teaching artists 

  • Incorporating a variety of strategies and activities (movement, games, talking, listening, etc.) 

  • Set and maintain high standards of student behavior and artistic learning 

  • Studio Management and Inventory 

  • Studio Photographer 

  • Administrative assistant to Director including but not limited too website updating, social media maintenance, sign-age and receiving/sending emails and phone calls 


Executive Studio Assistant : Justin Cooper Studios, New York City 

June 2017-February 2019 

www.justincooperstudios.com 

  • Material preparation for artwork assemblage for commercial use and commissions 

  • Installation of Artwork (galleries and intimate interior settings) 

  • Receiving and shipping of artwork (nationally and internationally) 

  • Photographing artwork (lighting, backdrops, editing and printing) 

  • Studio and Inventory Management (buying, organizing, selling) 

  • Administrative duties such as receiving/sending emails and phone calls, website maintenance and ordering/purchasing of materials 


Executive Administrative Office Intern : Brooklyn Museum, New York City 

Summer 2017 

www.brooklynmuseum.org 

• Art administrative duties such as receiving/filing invoices and artwork loans 

  • Office duties such as receiving/sending emails, phone calls and receiving museum guests 

  • Interfacing and maintaining open dialogue with museum departments such as Curatorial, Design, Technical, Education and the Board of Trustees and the Board of Advisors on behalf of the Director and President of the museum 

  • Schedule management for the Director and President of the museum 

  • Assisting with running department meetings 

  • Budget management in Concourse Solutions System 


Graduate Printmaking Teaching Assistant : The Pratt Institute, New York City 

2015-2017 

www.pratt.edu 

  • Teaching Assistance for technical based printmaking classes with Master Printmakers Caitlin Riordan, Grayson Cox, David Lantow and Raphael Griswold : Intaglio, Silkscreen and Relief 

  • Studio and material preparation for each class 

  • Demonstrating and sharing technical based printmaking knowledge with students 

  • Actively engaged in class discussions, in-progress critiques and final critiques 

  • Upholding a positive and work conducive studio environment 

T E C H N I C A L S K I L L S 

Painting : Oil, Acrylic, Watercolor, Gouache, Pigment Mixing 

Drawing : Pencil, Pen, Chalk Pastel, Oil Pastel, Charcoal 

Printmaking : Non-toxic and Traditional (Intaglio, Relief, Stone and Plate Lithography, Silkscreen) 

Ceramic : Hand-building and Wheel

Woodshop : Band saw, Miter Saw, Table Saw, Drill Press, Hand tools 

Metals : Aluminum, Bronze, Iron and Patinas 

Foundry : Chop Saw, Plasma Cutter, Iron Worker, MIG, TIG, Hands tools 

Sculpture : Ceramic Shell/Lost Wax Molds, Bonded Sand Molds, Rubber Molds, Plaster Molds 

Photography : DSLR and Film Cameras, Dark-room, Lighting, Backdrops and Basic Editing 

Software : Mac and PC OS’s, Adobe Suite, Microsoft Suite, Google Suite, Squarespace, Buffer