Education

2014-present: University of Washington, Seattle, WA (BA Art History, BA Three-Dimensional Forum)

Curatorial Projects and programming

2018: Strange Coupling, program organizer, Seattle, WA

2017: Utopia Neighborhood Club: A Student Response Part II (Co-curated with Anqi Peng and Sarah Faulk), Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA

2017: Utopia Neighborhood Club: A Student Response (Co-curated with Anqi Peng and Sarah Faulk), Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA

2016: Utopia Neighborhood Club (Co-curated with Anqi Peng and Sarah Faulk), Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA

2016: What did you do with your art history degree?, organized a talk with University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design alumni David Mendoza and Anne Focke, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle WA

2016: No, Really, What is a Club?, organized a conversation between alumni and current students of University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle WA

2016: What is a Club?, organized, led, and moderated a panel discussion with University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design faculty members Jamie Walker, Amie McNeel, and Ann Gale, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle WA

Exhibition Record

Group Shows:

(Forthcoming) 2018: BA Thesis Show, Ceramic and Metal Arts Building, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

2017: Everyone's $50, The Alice Gallery, Seattle, WA

2017:  City Arts Magazine's Summer Art Walk Awards, collaboration with Nicole Ramirez, Sole Repair Shop, Seattle, WA

2017: Out of Sight, Schoenfelds’ Building, Seattle, WA

2017: Strange Coupling, collaboration with Nicole Ramirez, Good Arts LLC, Seattle, WA

2017: DXARTS: Experiments In Video Art, Ballard Fab Lab, Seattle, WA

2017: Strange Coupling Auction, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA

Performances:

(Forthcoming) 2018: Fragility @ CMA South Gallery, Seattle, WA

2018: Production Line @ F YES! OH F!, Studio Current, Seattle, WA

2018: Production Line @ SYNKHRA Library, Specialist Gallery, Seattle, WA

2017: Too Close for Comfort @ CMA South Gallery, Seattle, WA

Professional Experience

(Forthcoming) September - December 2018: Programs Intern, Elsewhere Museum, Greensboro, NC

June 2016 - Present: Exhibition and Event Photographer, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

July 2017 - January 2018: Development Intern, Center on Contemporary Art (CoCA), Seattle, WA

January 2015 - June 2017: Gallery Lead, Jacob Lawrence Gallery, Seattle, WA

Achievements

2017: Nominated finalist for City Arts Magazine's Summer Art Walk Awards, collaboration with Nicole Ramirez, Seattle, WA

2017: Recipient of the Lloyd W. Nordstrom Art Scholarship, University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, Seattle, WA

2017: Recipient of the Priscilla and Melvin Wilson Endowed Scholarship, University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, Seattle, WA

2017: Nominated to participate in Rometti Prize, University of Washington School of Art + Art History + Design, Seattle, WA

2015-18: Quarterly Dean's List, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

2016-17: Annual Dean's List high-scholarship award, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

2015-16: Annual Dean's List high-scholarship award, University of Washington, Seattle, WA

Press & Publications

-(Forthcoming) Bricolage Literary & Visual Arts Journal, Issue 36, 17 May 2018, Print.

-Vansynghel, Margo. “'Out of Sight' Is Big, Beautiful and Bright.” City Arts Magazine, 18 Aug. 2017, www.cityartsmagazine.com/out-sight-big-beautiful-and-bright/.

-Nguyen, Minh. “Plotting ‘No-Place’ in ‘Utopia Neighborhood Club.’” Seattle Weekly, Seattle Weekly, 15 February 2017, www.seattleweekly.com/arts/plotting-no-place-in-utopia-neighborhood-club/.

-Lim, Nathan. “Utopia Neighborhood Club presents an open space for all to showcase talent.” The Daily (Seattle, WA) 12 January 2017: 5. Print.