Biography
 
My practice is abstraction. I use a variety resources to produce my work that include natural forms, astromonic forms, and maps and interstellar locations to construct and reconstruct positionality and distance.

I have exhibited my work at many galleries and museums including: Rush Art Foundation, NY, Wilmer Jennings Gallery at Kenkeleba, NY, Clark Atlanta University Art Galleries, GA, Buffalo Science Museum, NY, Queens College Art Center, Queens College, NY, Cinque Gallery, NY,  Frances Wolfson Art Center, Miami-Dade Community College, and The Bronx Museum of the Art, NY.

I received a BA in Art from CUNY, Queens College, an MFA from Maryland Institute, College of Art, an MA in Museum Studies from Seton Hall University, and earned my  PhD in American Studies from the University of Buffalo, SUNY. I am the gallery director and curator at the Bertha V.B. Lederer Gallery at SUNY Geneseo. I live in Rochester, NY with my partner and his dog.