Born in San Jose, California.
Lives and works in London, England and lately in Saugerties, New York
1999 B.A. Fine Art, Goldsmiths College, London.
Selection of shows, performances, film screenings and residencies:
2023 'The Goddesses', Terrace Gallery, London, pv 12.04.23
2023 'Pieces of Perfection', solo show, Union Club, Greek Street, London 13.03 - 12.05.23.
2023 'The Wild Thought', The Lido Stores, Margate 04.02-24.02.23 (painting)
2022 'Piccolo', Emerge Gallery, Saugerties, New York (painting)
2022 'Seeing with the lights out' Terrace Gallery at Patchworks (painting)
2021 'Julie's Bob' Terrace Gallery, Leyton, London (painting, curated by Julia Warr)
2021 'Remolino De Suerte', Gowanus, Brooklyn, NY (performance, with Iván Navarro, Courtney Smith
2021 'Studio Confetti' Terrace Gallery, Leyton, London (painting, curated by Karl Bielik)
2020 'Long Table' discussion on 'Lament', South London Gallery, London (with Abbas Zabadi)
2019 'A Hand Stuffed Mattress', Terrace Gallery, Leyton, London (painting)
2019 Welcome Collection, London 'Misbehaving Bodies' 'Revisiting Genesis' film installation (Oreet Ashery)
2017/18 Selected for SDPT at Dance Research Studio, London (Choreography/improvisation)
2017 Selected for Open Screening for artists at the Whitechapel Gallery (film)
2016 'Grasses' Performance for Anthea Hamilton at Serpentine Sackler Gallery, The Magazine Sessions.
2016 Selected for 'City Lights' Film Festival, NYC for 'My Friend Maia' (film)
2016 'My Friend Maia' Selected for WOF film festival, Brighton (film)
2016 Performance for Brian Belott with Billy Grant, J J-Villano, M.Thurber, T. Reeder) Serpentine Gallery Pavilion (performance)
2016 'Revisiting Genesis', dir. Oreet Ashery (interview/performance), selected for Jarman Award in 2017
2016 'Sketching' Screening at Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadlers Wells, London (film)
2016 Winner Joie de Vivre Film Festival in Creative category for 'Sketching' (film)
2016 John Moore’s Painting Prize, at Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (painting)
2016 April-June Residency, Crossing Paths Interdisciplinary Workshop, Dance Research Studios, London (dance/movement)
2015 "Unformed", for Lit Crawl London, Literary Kitchen Festival, at The Yard, Peckham (curator/performance/dance/song).
2015 Harvest Film Festival, 2nd Prize for "FARM" 6’15", Documentary category.
2015 "Room 408", Erlang House, SE1 (curator/performer/artist - wall painting/film/performance/song)
2015 SDIPT: Residency, Dance Research Studio, London, with Susan Kempster, choreographer (improvisation/movement)
2014 "SOLO" (film), 'A Fete Worse than Death' Red Gallery, London EC2 (film)
2014 ‘Spindrift’, ASC, Erlang House, London, SE1. (drawing/painting solo window installation)
2012 ‘My Friend Maia’ 4'24", screening at 92Y (cur. Catherine Tharin), NYC, USA (film)
2010 "Schowstukken" Published by Atelier Rijksbouweester
2010 ‘8 Days a Week’, Esquire Space, Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY (solo painting show)
2008 Works on Paper, Frederieke Taylor Gallery, curated by Paul Bloodgood, NYC (printing)
2007 Yvon Lambert Project Space, NYC with Brickley, Mellor, Short, and Duravcevic (painting).
2007 'Things from your Life' curated by Paul Bloodgood, Queens, NYC. (painting)
2007 “Portraits”, Veluws Museum, Nairac, Holland (painting)
2006 “KLF: Strictly Painting”, curated by Paul Hunt, Chelsea, NYC (painting)
2005 ‘Talk to Her’, Tomas March Gallery, Valencia, Spain (solo painting show)
2004 Program Gallery, London (solo painting show) + Art Forum review, by Barry Schwabsky + Independent by Sue Hubbard
2003 Contemporary Magazine Issue 58, 212121 The Painting Issue
2003/2005 Vous Etes Ici, Amsterdam (solo painting)
2000/2003/2005 Michael Janssen, Cologne (solo/group painting)
2002 Edward Mitterand Gallery, (with Thomas Grunfeld), Geneva (painting)
2000/2002 Massimo de Carlo Project Space, Milan (solo/with Clare Woods)
2001 Julia Warr, Monograph, Pub. Edition43, Cologne, Germany.
1999 Wardens Prize, Goldsmiths College.
Goldsmiths, University of London
Raad voor de Rechtspraak, Den Haag
ABN AMRO Art Foundation, Holland
Stuyvesant Collection, Holland
Collection of Kate Moss, London