So here’s my quick bio. I was born in DC and currently live in Northern Virginia. I took an art class as an elective taught by Peter Winant at George Mason University in VA. I caught the art bug so to speak and decided to change paths and get an art degree.
My first child was born my senior year and when I graduated I stopped doing art and got a job outside of that field. At the end of 2009 I started making things again and at the end of 2010 I started trying to show publicly. I’m not planning on stopping again.
I’m currently a project manager for an IT company like one in every five people in the DC area
George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia
B.A. in Art and Visual Technology, Cum Laude, Minor in Art History
2012 Coup d’Espace at Washington Project for the Arts (January)
2012 Expo 31: National Juried Competition / b.j. spoke gallery / Juror: Margot Norton, Assistant
Curator, Whitney Museum of American Art (March)
2011 Utopias - Cade Center for Fine Arts Gallery - National Juried Show - Juror: Jeffry Cudlin
2011 But Is It Art - Wonderbox , Washington DC - Juror: Alex Ventura
2011 Flat File through Washington Project for the Arts at (e)merge art fair
2011 DCAC Wall Mountables
2011 Art Deck - O, Washington DC Project – Touchstone Gallery
2011 Planning Process - AAC (Arlington Arts Center), Juror: Helen Allen
2011 12”×12″: A National Juried Exhibition of Small Scale Works of Art - MTSU
Todd Art Gallery, Juror: Hamlett Dobbins
2004 Where the Propane Gasline Is - George Mason University
2004 Innovations - George Mason University
2004 AVT Student Exhibition - George Mason University
2011 Artslant 6th Round 2011 Juried Showcase Winner
2011 Artslant 3rd Round 2011 Showcase Winner
2011 ArtSlant 2nd Round 2011 Showcase Winner
2011 3RD Place, 12”×12″: A National Juried Exhibition of Small Scale Works of Art
- MTSU Todd Art Gallery
2004 Academic and Artistic Achievement Award in Sculpture - George
My wife Erin and I met shortly after she graduated from Harvard and moved from Boston to DC to go to law school. She’s currently a lawyer for a technology company (like one in five, ok one in ten, in the DC area). We have three wonderful daughters. My family is incredibly supportive of all the time I spend doing art and I think they may even like some of it!
This is Molly the dog. She is easily duped into wearing whatever the kids come up with. I’m pretty certain she was not as enamored with this as we were. She’s a good girl.
This is Maggie the cat. She is much too dignified to even think about participating in any of Molly’s escapades. Plus she’s much harder to catch. She’s also a good girl.