Solo Exhibitions

2008 "I, too, was in Arcadia", Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA
2007 "Cruiserweight", California Institute of the Arts, Thesis Show
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Group Exhibitions

2009 More with Less, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA
2009 Curious Silence, SOIL, Seattle, WA
2009 For Ever, 915 Mateo, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Projection, Salon Oblique, Santa Monica, CA
2008 Conventions and Attitudes, Trade & Row, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Everyone's a Curator, Telic Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Members Only, Dishman Art Museum, Beaumont, TX
2008 In the Bedroom, Meter Gallery, New York, NY
2007 All In, Torrance Museum of Art, Torrance, CA
2007 My Buddy, UCLA Wight Biennial, Los Angeles, CA
2007 You are Beautiful, Hayworth Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2007 Making Meaning, Gallery 825, Los Angeles, CA
2006 I Would Be You, Newspace Gallery, Portland, OR
2006 Photography Now, Center for Photography at Woodstock & 401 Projects, Woodstock, NY & New York, NY
2006 Greater Los Angeles MFA Show (GLAMFA), CalState Long Beach Gallery, Long Beach, CA
2006 NOW, Soho Photo Gallery, New York, NY
2006 The Collectors, California Institute of the Arts Mid-Residency Show, Valencia, CA
2005 Nothing to See Here, Art 2102, Los Angeles, CA
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University of Maine, Orono, Maine
National Gallery, Washington, D.C.
Washington Gallery of Photography, Washington, D.C.
Numerous private collections
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Interrupting the Imaginary Inside the Ship of My Imagination. Zoe Crosher. Art Lies Quarterly #61, Houston, TX, 2009
Words Without Pictures. Alex Klein. LACMA, Los Angeles, CA, 2009
Sustaining Emerging Artist's Communities. Peter Mays. THE Magazine, Los Angeles, CA, 2008
Thoughts on Photography. Harris Fogel. HCP Quarterly, Houston, TX, 2007
Siri Kaur and Superman. John Rabe. Offramp/ 89.3 KPCC, Los Angeles, CA, 2007
Photo District News. Holly Hughes, editor. VNU Publications, New York, NY, 2005
CMYK #30 & #31. Curtis Clarkson, editor. Aroune-Freigen Publishing, New York, NY, 2005
New Photography. John Motley. The Portland Mercury, Portland, OR, 2005
Through A Lens Starkly. Jessica Dawson . The Washington Post, Washington, D.C., 2005
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1994 - 1998 Smith College, B.A. Comparative Literature
1999 - 2001 Universita' di Firenze, Florence, Italy/ Smith College, M.A. Italian Art & Literature
2005 - 2007 California Institute of the Arts, MFA in Photography

Favorite Photography Books

Home, Lars Tunbjork, (photo-eye Cat# PK860H)
Diane Arbus: An Aperture Monograph, Diane Arbus, (photo-eye Cat# AP353)
Rineke Dijkstra: Portraits. A Retrospective., Rineke Dijkstra, (photo-eye Cat# DP129H)
A Storybook Life, Philip-Lorca Dicorcia, (photo-eye Cat# TT122)
Hurrell's Hollywood Portraits, George Hurrell, (photo-eye Cat# AB266)

Favorite Technical Photography Books

Beyond Basic Photography, Henry Horenstein, (photo-eye Cat# LB002)
Color Photography: A Basic Manual, Henry Horenstein, (photo-eye Cat# LB035)
Why People Photograph, Robert Adams, (photo-eye Cat# AP310H)

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