last update -- Mar 2019
b. United States, 1971
Lives and works in Portland, Maine
Started making art in 2014 at age 42
The art arises in part from a diagnosis of bipolar 1
Self-taught; no art training to date
JD, Stanford Law School; BA, University of Pennsylvania
Art-Related Professional and Academic Endeavors
Art lawyer representing emerging artists, creatives, small creative startups, and creative non-profits
Member, Board of Trustees, The Institute For Doctoral Studies In The Visual Arts (idsva.edu)
Awards, Fellowships, Residencies
Unsolicited nomination, Spannocchia Artist Residency, Sienna Italy, 2019.
Unsolicited invitation and guest artist installation, TOAF, Nov 2018, New York City. Two large-scale installations, conceptual video, performance art.
I have not applied to any awards, fellowships, or residencies on my own yet.
I have not sought any representation on my own yet.
Solo and Group Exhibitions
I have not sought any yet.
The Other Art Fair (TOAF), New York City, Jun 2017
TOAF, London, Oct 2017
TOAF, New York, Nov 2017
I have not applied to any other exhibitions or fairs.
Works are in private and corporate collections in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris, Miami, and approximately 10 other US cities.
Group Printed Catalogs
“You Only Liv Once In American Violence”, selected to Saatchi Art Spring 2017 Catalog, New Media ink on paper, 37” x 32”. Saatchi Art has also selected three other works for curation in its periodic online collections, 2017 - 2019.
Press & Critical Review
Some interest from art faculty and emerging art critics but no press or publications to date.
Through my role at idsva.edu (above), I anticipate an opportunity to give several art talks to University groups and private groups in 2019.
Mental Illness Stigma and Policy Talks
I am periodically asked to speak on issues surrounding mental illness recovery and hope, including policy issues. My next talk is anticipated in May 2019.