Born and raised in New York City, I moved to the Netherlands after graduating from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn in 1990 with a degree in Fine Arts. I have exhibited my work both in the Netherlands and abroad, and work regularly in public space having realized a number of public art commissions in the Netherlands and in New York City. I have often worked as artist-in-residence, which allows me the opportunity to thoroughly explore and be inspired by a particular location; most recently at Weir Farm Art Center in Wilton, CT, at the US National Park Historic Site in 2015, and on Governors Island with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council in 2010. I am currently based in London, studying at the University of the Arts, Wimbledon.
Some recent exhibitions and projects include: Jerwood Drawing Prize (2016); Amsterdam Drawing with Billytown (2015); Centre du Monde, FRAC Bretagne, France (2013); Eb en Overvloed, 38CC, Delft, NL (2013); Imagined Communities, curated by Miguel Amado, Golden Thread Gallery, Belfast, UK (2013); SeaWorthy, curated by Jean Berberis, Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts with the Flux Factory, NYC (2011); Floating World, LMCC, New York City (2011) and One on One, at the House of Arts in Brno, Czech Republic (2010).
Work made for public art commissions includes a memorial for Jewish lawyers deported in WW II for the Palace of Justice in the Hague; an artwork for the Da Costa School in the Hague, and for the Trust for Public Land in New York City. I have also been a finalist a number of times for public art projects; for the Department of Culture in New York City, Roomburg in Leiden and the Cambridge Arts Council in Cambridge, MA, USA.