New York based artist, writer, curator, and multimedia specialist.
Masters of Science in Critical, Curatorial, and Conceptual Practices in Architecture, 2012 - 2014
Columbia University: Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation (GSAPP)
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy + Minor in Visual Arts + Minor in Music (Studies in jazz contrabass), 2006 - 2011
Purchase College at State University of New York
Masters thesis: Capital Artifacts: Critical Structures of Auralization
Undergraduate thesis: Organic Electric: Finding Identity through Technology & Art
Honors/awards: Jim & Alice Greenwood Prize in Philosophy, Recipient 2011
Lituchy-Wiesenberg Prize For The Best Essay In Humanities, Nominee 2011
Columbia GSAPP, Office of Events & Public Programs, CCCP Assistant. 2013 - Present
Assist with programming, curate documentation, publication.
United Nations International School, Media Specialist. 2009 - Present
Collaborate in technology integration in curriculum, particular philosophy; assistant teach classes relating to multimedia, design of performance and installation spaces; coordinate and run event spaces. video editing/distribution.
EIM/Extreme Cities (GSAPP/Audi), Studio-X NYC. 2013
Conducted interviews, curate/edit content, design video for exhibition.
‘Arts, Letters, and Numbers’ Workshop (Director: David Gersten, The Cooper Union). Summer 2012
Part of core team that facilitated workshop for architects and artists; technology integration for interactive opera.
BMW Guggenheim Lab, Guggenheim Museum, Lead Theatre & Audio/Visual Specialist. 2011
Facilitated all technology usage on-site for integration with live events and projects, shoot and edit video of interviews and events for online distribution, acting liaison between visiting corporate and institutional committees.
Freelance, 2006 - Present
Audio/video production, conceptual development.
‘Interpretations: Discerning Fictions,’ Studio-X NYC, April 2013
Part of core curatorial team for international symposium event and forthcoming publication Archigonics.
‘The Object Is Present,’ duo exhibition with Jonathan Peck. ShapeShifter Lab, Brooklyn, NY. August 2012
Exhibition of original live interactive multimedia, live music and dance performances with Matthew Garrison.
Pablo Helguera, ‘The Well-Tempered Exposition,’ Location One gallery, New York, NY. 2011
Collaborated with cast by running projection and lighting with live music.
Pedro Reyes, ‘Sanatorium,’ of ‘Stillspotting NYC,’ with David Van Der Leer. Guggenheim Museum, Brooklyn, NY. 2011
Asked personal questions of the participating public and answered through a ‘Philosophical Casino,’ explained theories.
Liz Phillips - Studio Assistant and Collaborator. New York, NY. 2011
Assisted in production of interactive exhibition; field recording, sound mixing, video, projection, and installation with artist.
Tania Bruguera Retrospective Exhibition - Neuberger Museum of Art, Purchase, NY. 2010
Performed solo as life-size afro-cuban Nsiki Nkondi, wore a full body suit made of Cuban mud, wire, glue, and nails.