Assistant Professor of Photography
Sheila Johnson Design Center
My studio practice is focused on the manifestation of landscape in relationship to personal space and the temporal significance of cultural histories. My visual practice and explorations is at once intuitive and personal while also critical and academic. I bind the history of a space and the visual experience of the present for either a validation or discretization of cultural beliefs.
My work has been exhibited in Pingyao, China and Tokyo, Japan while also showing in New York. I have published work in Oranbeg Press, The Oxford American magazine, Supermassive Black Hole magazine, Conveyor magazine and The Photo Review.
I earned my MFA in Studio Art from Hunter College and a BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
history,drawing,photography,visual culture studies & takling to people
Landscape & Space
Core Studio: Thesis 1