Florida State University, Bachelor of Arts, 2017
Edison State College, Associate of Arts, 2014
2018. Student Employee of the Year, FSU Career Center, 2018
2017. Berlyn Arnett BA Award, FSU College of Fine Arts, 2017
Given to three outstanding BA art students for work exemplifying exceptional achievement
2015. Best in Show, Working Method Contemporary, 2015
Rape Culture: An Exhibition
2018. Risotto’s Riso Room, The Glue Factory – Glasgow, Scotland
2018. Extra: Millenial Art Celebration, Bardo Arts Center – Cullowhee, NC
2017. Water Pump, Moisturizer Gallery – Gainesville, FL
2017. Performance at the Boogeyman’s Ball, The Living Gallery – Brooklyn, NY
2017. Collaborative Show with Brittany Watkins, Phyllis Strauss Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2017. Night of Magical Videos, The Shop – Pittsburgh, PA
2016. Art of Darkness, 621 Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2016. Comedy Show! It’s a Comedy Show!, Phyllis Straus Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2016. So You Think You Can Art?, Phyllis Straus Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2016. Spooky House Show, Pop Up Art Show – Tallahassee, FL
2016. Dwellings, SOUP Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2016. Performance at Lounge Night, 621 Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2016. Summer Depression, Glassworks Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2015. House Art Show, Pop Up Art Show – Tallahassee, FL
2015. Nobody Told Me, Ogelsby Union Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2015. Words and Art, Ivory Tower Collective – Tallahassee, FL
2015. Rape Culture, Working Method Contemporary – Tallahassee, FL
2014. More Than a Body: Feminist Art Exhibit, Ogelsby Union Gallery – Tallahassee, FL
2013. Grand Illusion Gallery – Fort Myers, FL
2013. Bob Rauschenberg Gallery – Fort Myers, FL
2013. Rush Collections Gallery – Fort Myers, FL
2018. Seether Bookstore.
Seether Bookstore sells zines, artist books, used books and other printed goods that are donated by the artists themselves. Proceeds from all goods purchased from Seether Bookstore go to buying and sending books to prisoners. Donations are made through Open Books and Sex Workers Outreach Project (SWOP) “Behind Bars”. Both of these programs are working to help incarcerated people transition back to their community and not re-offend. Books are the common denominator, proving their power to improve the lives of prisoners. Not only while they are in prison, but when they get out.
2018. Tallahazine Fest.
A group of 5 Tallahassee DIY beings, myself included, orchestrated Tallahassee’s first ever zine fest. With hundreds of participants from all around Florida, it was a day event consisting of 3 venues downtown, where tables were set up with artists selling their printed goods. We also had donations from out of state participants, which were free/donation based. This was something the community has been missing, and I’m glad I could be a part of this first step.
2017. Postcard Printing Workshop.
Brainstorming, sharing, educating, and screen printing postcards to send to our Senators about various issues that came with the new president.
2017. Tattoo with a Cause.
Machine done tattoos from my own art flash, done by me in my home every Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm for two months (until I ran out of supplies). 50% ($10) of each tattoo was donated to a non-profit at risk of losing funding as result of the new president. The customer got to choose the non-profit.
2016. Teaching Assistant for Mary Stewart’s Creative Inquiry – Florida State University
Since only graduate students are given teaching assistant positions, I was treated as a graduate student while being Mary Stewart’s TA for her Interdisciplinary Honors course, Creative Inquiry. I was responsible for uploading online course material, announcements, and e-mails. I developed a class exercise on imaginative thinking, and later lead the discussion for introducing the classes final project.
2016, 2015. Prints Over Easy.
Running the portable screen printing cart in the 621 Annex for First Friday’s every month. Anyone was welcome to come and pull a print to take home with them, and learn more about the process and it’s versatility. Donations were welcome and all funds were put into the FSU Print Club.
2018-Present. Recruitment & Admissions Assistant – Florida State University College of Fine Arts, Department of Art
Any and all undergraduate and graduate Art inquiries come to me. I handle giving information about the programs, giving tours, and putting them in contact with faculty or students worthwhile. I am also responsible for sending Letters of Acceptance, and tracking communication with prospective students.
2016-Present. Research Assistant – Florida State University College of Fine Arts, Department of Art
From creating a spreadsheet or powerpoint to sorting through course searches or award applications, I am learning the importance of office tasks. My ongoing side project for the last two semesters has been collecting Alumni Profiles, which entails me interviewing the College of Fine Art’s alumni, and I use the information to publish a profile on the Department of Art’s website.
2014-Present. Print Lab Monitor – Florida State University
As a key holder lab monitor, I am more of a “stand in” instructor for any troubleshooting the students need during my lab hours, in addition to cleaning and making sure equipment is intact.
2017. Screen Printing Art Teacher – LeMoyne Art Education Annex
Since most teens, especially in Northern Florida, have never heard of screen printing, I start with a brief introductory to how screen printing started, and I give them hands outs and zines to keep and refer back to. Then we make messes, art, and friendships.
2016, 2015, 2014. Summer Internships at Rauschenberg Residency – Captiva island, FL
The Rauschenberg Residency is an artist residency that offers family residencies over summer, where the selected artists may bring their families to the property to live for one month. This offers a funded residency opportunity to artists who may otherwise not be able to spend a month away from their family. My position at the residency was to be an art camp instructor.
2016, 2015. Event Coordinator of Print Club, Vice President – Florida State University
I was responsible for coordinating all workshops, meetings, auctions, table events and Prints Over Easy events for the club. This included sending e-mails, posting to social medias, printing and posting flyers around town; then having an agenda for each event.
2015. Silkscreen Printer for B-Major Prints – Tallahassee, FL
Very hot warehouse, printing shirt orders for local companies from 20 to 100, two four color presses, and a flash dryer adding to the hot florida warehouse conditions. Never complained.
Life Raft Zine, “Nudity Not Required”, 2016
Newark, Delaware. Bi-annual feminist zine that strives to challenge the gender binary.
Census Zine, “Machismo”, 2017