CV

Design

2018 Project Team, Vogt Landscape Architects; Zürich, Switzerland
2018 Landscape Designer and Public Artist, Hapa Collaborative; Vancouver, BC
2017 Design Intern, Gustafson, Guthrie, Nichol Landscape Architects; Seattle, WA

Independent Artist | Public Installations

2018 Nikkei Public Art Project, in collaboration with Hapa Collaborative; Vancouver, BC
2016 Flight (finalist), Katonah Museum of Art; Katonah, NY
2014 Carter Park Project (finalist), Hamilton Public Art; Hamilton, ON
2012 Chõros, Nuit Blanche (multimedia installation), Bata Shoe Museum, Toronto; ON
2011 Les Arbres, (site-specific mural 12’ x 80’); Washington, DC (area)
2009 Identity, (site-specific installation), Design Philadelphia, assistant; Philadelphia, PA
2007 Red Hill Old Growth, (mural, 50’ x 50’), McCallum Sather Architects; Hamilton, ON

Independent Artist | Selected Exhibitions

2017 Landscape / Soundscape, Arthur Ross Gallery; Philadelphia, PA
2016 Traversals, New Boone Gallery; Philadelphia, PA
2016 Infomation, Charles Addams Fine Art Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2014 51 10' 28.606" N, 115 34' 22.0152" W, The Banff Centre for the Arts; Banff, AB
2014 To the Earth, with Love, Artscape Wychwood Barnes (solo exhibition); Toronto, ON
2013 Timeraiser, Art Gallery of Hamilton; Hamilton, ON
2012 Wallflower, Gallery on James (solo exhibition); Hamilton, ON
2012 Spring, Art Gallery of Hamilton; Hamilton, ON
2009 ASE, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Museum; Philadelphia, PA
2008 ASE, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Museum; Philadelphia, PA

Independent Artist | Residency Programs

2014 Banff Centre for the Arts; Banff, AB; March
2013 Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT; November

Independent Artist | Public Talks

2013 The Readymade in Contemporary Practice, Nuit Blanche 2013
Talk and urban tour; Toronto, ON Oct 5

2013 Contemporary World Cinema: Why Movies Are Better Than Ever, TIFF Lightbox at Festival Tower; Toronto, ON Sept 28. Panelist: Professor Timothy Corrigan, University of Pennsylvania. Curated & organized by L Mokrycke with Penn-Wharton TO

2013 Art and Practice, Art Gallery of Burlington; Burlington, ON. Jan 13

2012 Contemporary Art in Public Places, Royal Ontario Museum; Toronto, ON May 10. Panelists: Jane Perdue, Public Art Coordinator for the City of Toronto, Shirley Madill, Nuit Blanche Curator 2011, Lesia Mokrycke. In partnership with ICC ROM & Penn-Wharton TO

Awards

2015 Albert F. Schenck-Henry Gillette Woodman Award, landscape design
2009 J. Henry Schiedt Travel Scholarship, European travel and study
2009 Faculty Award, outstanding achievement
2008 Lance Roy Lauffer Memorial Prize, for most expressive abstract painting
2007 Sylvia G. Wexler Memorial Award, excellence in painting
2006 Rambourger Prize, best draftsmanship

Scholarships & Grants

2014 Banff Centre for the Arts
2005 Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts Merit Scholarship

Education

The University of Pennsylvania, College of Arts and Sciences; Philadelphia, PA 2011
Bachelor of Fine Arts: Major in Art History, Minor in English Literature cum laude

Goldsmiths, University of London, Faculty of Art; London, England, UK Sept–Dec 2010
Attended a Study Abroad program: Studio Art and Critical Studies First Class Honors

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Philadelphia, PA 2009
Combined BFA with the University of Pennsylvania: Major in Painting, Minor in Sculpture: intensive training in art history, theory and studio practice cum laude