b. 1990


2013 MFA Brigham Young University
2008 BA Whitworth University


2017 --- Co-director & member, Tropical Contemporary
2013 --- Meyer Gallery, Park City, UT. 

Solo & Two-Person Exhibitions

2018 - "Dead Loss" with Lillian Almeida, Eugene Contemporary Art.
2018 - "Ecotone" with Laura King, Tropical Contemporary, Eugene, OR.
2016 - "Nature Beyond Landscape", Meyer Gallery, Park City, UT.
2015 - "Collect/Compress" Solo show, Granary Art Center, Ephraim, UT.
2012 - "The End of All Learning" MFA Thesis show, B.F. Larsen Gallery
2012 - "The Holy City", B.F. Larsen Gallery, Provo, UT.
2012 - "Votive 001" Smartspace show, Gallery 303, Provo, UT.


Selected Group Exhibitions

2018 - “Trickster”, The Envelope PDX, Portland, OR.
2018 - “Narrowly Mended” with Tropical Contemporary, Utopian Visions Art Fair, Portland, OR.
2018 - "LBCC Faculty Show", Cannon Gallery, Western Oregon University, Monmouth, OR.
2018 - "Desire Lines", Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, SLC, UT.
2017 - "Sitka Invitational", World Forestry Center, Portland, OR.
2017 - "Sacred Spaces", Springville Museum of Art, Springville, UT. 
2017 - "Underbelly", Tropical Contemporary, Eugene, OR. 
2016 - "Back to the Garden", Confluence Gallery, Twisp, WA.
2016 - "Geo Necro", ADA Gallery, Richmond, VA. 
2015 - "HORRORSHOW: Fear and the Abject", Gallery Gallery, Provo, UT.
2015 - "Proximity", Gallery 286, Provo, UT.
2014 - “29th Annual Spiritual and Religious Art of Utah", Springville Museum, Springville, UT. Invitational. 
2014 - “Utah Ties” CUAC, Salt Lake City, UT. Juried by Adam Gildar.
2013 - "Below: UMOCA Artists in Residence", Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City, UT.
2013 - "Utah Biennial: MONDO UTAH" Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City, UT.
2013 - "35x35" young Utah artists, Finch Lane Gallery, Salt Lake City, UT.
2011-2012 "Global Echo: International Artists in Print"

  • Williamson Art Gallery, Slatey Rd, Birkenhead, UK

  • Spectrum Project Space at Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia

  • Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery, Sheffield Hallam University, UK

  • PR1 Gallery, University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK

2011 - "Manulua Book Art Project", Wirral Metropolitan College, Wirral, UK
2010 - "New Work" Solo show, The Lincoln Center, Spokane, WA.
2010 - "Area 3200" with BYU Graduate Students, Utah Valley University, Orem, UT.
2010 - "2010 CVG Show", Collective Visions Gallery. Bremerton, WA. Juried.
2009 - "New Work" with Gordon Wilson, Tinman Gallery, Spokane, WA.
2008 - “War on Want” Spokane Falls Community College. Benefit.
2008 - “Hard Nox” Group Exhibition, Whitworth University.
2008 - “Celebrating Women”, Idaho State University. Juried, National.
2008 - “Raw Space 2008”, Spokane Art School, Spokane, WA
2007 - “Nox” Group Exhibition, Whitworth University.


Work Experience & Residencies

University-level teaching experience: Drawing Fund., Painting Fund., 2D Design, Watercolor, Adv. Drawing, Adv. Painting, Graduate Theory Readings

2017 --- Part-Time Faculty, Linn-Benton Community College, Albany, OR
2017 --- Member and Programming Coordinator, Tropical Contemporary, Eugene, OR
2015 --- Graphic Designer, PA Distribution, Eugene, OR

2016 - 2017 Artist-in-Residence, Sitka Center for Art and Ecology, Otis, OR
2015 - Visiting Assistant Professor, Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
2013 - 2014 Adjunct Faculty, Studio Arts - Brigham Young University, Provo, UT
2013 - 2014 Teaching Artist, Alianza Academy charter school ( 1st-8th grade ), Salt Lake City, UT
2013 - 2014 Artist-in-Residence, Utah Museum of Contemporary Art, Salt Lake City, UT
2013 - Assistant to David Thorpe, Meyer Riegger, Berlin
2010 - 2013 Instructor, Intro to Art & Drawing, BYU - Utah and London campuses
2012 - Design, Branding, Social Media Marketing for Book on Tape Worm
2010 - Bookbinding workshop/collaboration, Leimatu'a, Vava'u, Kingdom of Tonga
2010 - DARCI Artificial Creativity/ Intelligence Collaborative Project. BYU.
2008 - 2009 Teaching Assistant to Gordon Wilson, Whitworth University
2008 - Curatorial Internship, Northwest Museum of Art and Culture
2008 - Loop Press Printing Assistant to Ruben Trejo
2007 - 2008 Whitworth Printmaking Teaching Assistant
2007 - 2008 Whitworth Artists’ Guild Co-chair
2006 - Loop Press Printing Assistant to José Parlá



2017 - Linn-Benton Community College Permanent Collection. One mezzotint.
2012 - Origin/Destination exchange with the University of Hawaii Manoa
2011 - Global Echo print exchange- One print in the permanent collections of:
2011 - Wirral Metropolitan College, UK
2011 - Liverpool JMU, UK
2011 - Brigham Young University, Utah, USA,
2011 - Sheffield Hallam University, UK
2011 - Edith Cowan University, Perth, Australia
2011 - Indus Valley School of Art & Architecture, Karachi, Pakistan
2011 - Parsons School of Design, the University of New York, USA
2011 - Kwantlen Polytechnic & University, B.C. Canada
2011 - University of Central Lancashire, UK
2010 - Whitworth University Permanent Collection. Fifteen monotypes.

My work consists of many interconnected bodies, all radiating from a core interest in knowledge, its acquisition, its possibilities, and its failures. A few of these bodies of work are named or organized into lines of thought. In “Barriers”, I explore the interaction of natural and built spaces through the medium of dimensional/sculptural oil painting. In "Compressions", I simulate the futility of a desire to make three-dimensional organisms readable, conveyable, archivable- in other words, for the thing to become a document and for the organizing power of ordered thought to make that document readable. In “Typologies”, I document, study, and create models of religious spaces, seeking to draw connections between bodies, landscapes, and power-systems within the architectures of different faiths. In “Swarms” I paint or film masses of organisms behaving as a single group, exhibiting behaviors outside the ability of the individual organism- effectively erasing the individual and placing it within a network of incommunicable collective knowledge. In "Investigations" I experiment with ideas of personal knowledge and its limitations, personal ritual and its idiosyncrasies. These bodies of work are developed in parallel, gaining new branches of inquiry across a wide range of mediums, from painting, printmaking, and drawing to photo, video, writing, 3D modeling, and game design.