First week of school, St. Xavier University (Britney Spears)
'First week of school', St. Xavier University (Britney Spears), 2007
30 x 35" / 76 x 91 cm, Edition of 5

Born 1975 in Kansas City, MO
Lives in Chicago, IL

2004 Caap Grant, Illinois Art Council 2005 Chicago New City “Breakout Artist of the Year”, Chicago, IL 2006 Artadia Grant award winner Collection: Midwest Photographers Project, Museum of Contemporary Photoraphy, Chicago 2007 Curator “Concerning tomorrow...” Harold Center, Chicago CAAP Grant in Photography, Chicago, IL 2008 Residency, Das Weisse Haus, Vienna, Austria; Nominee, Dreihaus Foundation

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2011
Illinois State University, Feb 2011, exhibition catalogue to be published (current)
2010
Riverside Arts Center, Sept 2010 (current)
2009
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, “Orion over Baghdad” Chicago, IL
Northeastern Illinois University, “Footnotes” Chicago, IL
Spertus Museum, “Ground Level Series” Chicago, IL
2008
Bucket Rider Gallery, “This is gonna take one more night”, Chicago
Kaune, Sudendorf Gallery, “Self portrait as an artist” Cologne
2007
D3 projects, ‘Recordings’, Los Angeles
2006
Museum of Contemporary Art, 12x12 New Artists/New Work, Chicago
2005
Bucket Rider Gallery (Project Space), “...and then finally, I remembered” Chicago, September 2005
2003
University of Illinois at Chicago, Union Art Space, “Congenital: Grafts”

 

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2010
Des Moines Art Center, Single Channel
DNJ Gallery, “Photograms: Uniquely Simple”, Los Angeles
ANT!FOTO, Kunstraum Düsseldorf
Concertina Gallery, “Live Forever”, Chicago
University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, "One Hour Photo", Washington, DC
Next Art Fair Chicago, Andrew Rafacz Gallery, booth 6046
The Future Gallery, "Michael Jackson Doesn't Quit, Part 3" Berlin
2009
Art Institue of Chicago, “On the Scene” Chicago, IL
PPOW Gallery, “Image Search” New York City
Kunstlerhaus Dortmund, “Access!” Dortmund, Germany
Rotterdam Hofplein “Trendbeheer Presents” Rotterdam, Netherlands
The Future Gallery, “Michael Jackson Doesn’t Quit” Berlin, Germany
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, “Black is, Black ain’t” Detroit, MI
2008
NY Photo Festival, Museum of Contemporary Photography Pavilion, NYC
Renaissance Society, Black is Black ain’t”, Chicago, IL
Andrew Rafacz Gallery, “Bad Moon”Chicago, IL
MWNM, “New Mourning”New York City
Chicago Cultural Center, “Made In Chicago: Photographs from the Bank of America LaSalle Collection”Chicago, IL
Columbia College A&D Gallery, “Off the Beaten Road”Chicago, IL
Neunplus, “Hijacked: Exhibition”Berlin, Germany
Milwaukee Museum of Art, “Unnmasked and Anonymous” Milwaukee, WI
Das Weisse Haus, “Konfusion” Vienna, Austria
2007
Museum of Contemporary Art, “Mapping the Self,” Chicago, IL
MCOP, Photocentric 2007, Minneapolis, MN
Gahlberg Gallery at College of Dupage, “On Death and Dying,” Glen Ellyn, IL
2006
Studio Bee, “Tiny Vices,” Tokyo, Japan
IFIA, “Ways to See,” Hong Kong, China
Evanston Art Center “Biennial”, Chicago, IL
Gallery 400-UIC, Temporary Allegiance Project, “What was Oprah’s Major?” Chicago, IL
Open End, “Mad, Bad, and Street Legal” Chicago, IL
Silverstein Photography, “Eat, Shit, & Die” New York City
2005
Thomas McCormick Gallery, “Into the Woods”, Chicago, IL
The Renaissance Society, “Photography Now” Lancaster Museum of Art, Photo National, curated by Kate Ware (curator of photographs at the Philadelphia Museum of Art)
SoHo Photo Gallery, National Juried Competition
Art Center of Northern New Jersey, 2005 invitational, curated by Jordan Kantor (associate curator, Museum of Modern Art,
New York City)

 
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