1975             Born in McArthur California

Currently lives and works in Los Angeles




2014            School of Visual Arts, MFA

2011             Hunter College CUNY, BA Studio Art




2012            Ugly Sticks, Orchard Windows Gallery, New York

2010            WE-ARE-FAMILIA, POP UP! Gallery, Brooklyn, New York

Possession, Ober Gallery, Kent, CT

2006            Nightmare of the Haunted Buddha, Diesel Denim Gallery, New York

 Curated by Sebastien Agneessens




2014            Front and Center, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York

2013            Big Time, Allentown Freak Out, Allentown, Pennsylvania

Antithesis, Present Company, New York. Curated by Omar Lopez- Chahoud

Now, Fuse Infrastructure, Allentown, Pennsylvania

2011             Phillips de Pury Staff Art Show, New York

2009           Warm in the Shadows, Shea Stadium, Brooklyn, New York

2007           Red Saw Invitational, Red Saw Gallery, New Jersey

2006           The Art Parade, Deitch Projects, "Army of Darkness", New York

!@#$%, artist:network, New York

MePrettyYouUgly, Sputnik, Brooklyn, New York

2005           Crime, artist:network, New York. Curated by Marc Hungerbuehler

2000           Na'er do Wells, DNA Studios, New York

1999             Ragnorak, New York

Paradise 8, Exit Art/The First World, New York. Curated by Kenny Schachter

A Room With A View, Sixth@Prince Fine Art, New York. Curated by Mike Weiss

1998             Misanthropes, 519 Broadway, New York

1997             Cambio, 526 W. 26th St. New York Curated by Kenny Schachter




2000           Smith, Roberta. “Na'er do Wells,” NY Times, August 4, 2000.

1997             Cotter, Holland. “Cambio,” NY Times Art in Review, November 28, 1997.




Raymond Learsy and Melva Bucksbaum, New York, NY

Donald Baechler, New York, NY

Kenny Schachter, London, UK




Hong-Porretta, Souris. Outside the lines: An artists' coloring book for giant imaginations / curated by Souris Hong-Porretta. New York: Penguin. 2013. p. 35.

Agneessens, Sebastien. Remastered: Fifty-five contemporary artists revisit the masters. Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlag. 2006. p. 52-53