Not just the Daily News

Prints from this series have been included in:

The Art of Democracy
curated by Marshall Arisman for the New York Society of Etchers (November 2012)

25: Target Gallery Celebrates Twenty-Five Years
juried by J. W. Mahoney, Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA (September 2012)

New York Society of Etchers Second National Exhibit
juried by David Kiehl, Whitney Museum (April 2012)

International Print Center NY, New Prints 2011/Autumn (November 2011)

Public Art Projects

Window Studio (2012 – present)
A composite portrait of the Brooklyn neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant created in a storefront at 356 Marcus Garvey Avenue, with funding from the Puffin Foundation. For more information and to see the artwork, visit

Stoop Gallery (2011)
A pop-up gallery on Brooklyn stoops curated by Charmaine Bee. Funded by the Brooklyn Arts Council.

Myrtle Avenue Windows Gallery (2008)
Exhibition of ten paintings in storefront windows along a Brooklyn shopping thoroughfare. A Puffin Foundation grant inaugurated the project with the Myrtle Avenue Brooklyn Partnership.

Paint Across America (2008)
Collaborative public murals created in homage to artist Romare Bearden in DUMBO and Ft. Greene Park, Brooklyn. For more information, visit

Curatorial Projects

News/Prints, International Print Center NY (2013)
A group exhibit highlighting the long-standing relationship between printmaking and the newspaper, co-curated with printmaker Anders Bergstrom. Artists included: Becca Albee, Alexander Anderson, Miguel Aragon, Georges Braque, Jin Joo Chae, Cannonball Press, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Gober, Evan Hecox, Jasper Johns, Jeff Lassahn, Matt Keegan, William Kentridge, Vijay Kumar, Eduoard Manet, Adam McEwen, Claes Oldenburg, José Guadalupe Posada, Robert Rauschenberg, David Shrigley, and Kyle Tata, among others.

Other Juried Exhibits

First Street Gallery MFA Show, juried by Susanna Coffey (July 2011), First Street Gallery, juried by Gregory Amenoff (July 2008), Salmagundi Club City Workers’ Show (2006, 2008), Queensborough Community College, L.I.C. Artists group show (2006)


Born in Washington, DC, I grew up in New York City and earned a B.A. in Russian Language and Literature from Tufts University in 1984. In the 1990s, I lived in Jerusalem, Israel and studied at the Israel Museum’s program for artists and art educators. I received my MFA from the New York Academy of Art in May 2011. I live and maintain a studio in Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. I print at Manhattan Graphic Center.