- Career + Alumni
- Life at SCAD
- About SCAD
"To prepare talented young artists to be the next generation of leaders who define sculptural practice."
Lives and works on sustainable projects part-time in Alamos, Sonora, Mexico, with Board of Rancho San Sylvestre Ecological Community and Alamos Wildlands Project, Najapatia, Sonora, Mexico
International visiting artist, TCE Foundation, Cordoba, Argentina; SCAD Presidential Fellowship; Tucson artist in Residence Installation Grant; Yale University, Blair Dickinson Award; Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, tuition scholarship; Emanuel Hahn Sculpture Award
Foundations in Art: Theory and Education, SECAC, College Art Association, ISC, Board Member of Rancho San Sylvestre Ecological Community, Alamos, Sonora, Mexico, member Alamos Wildlands Project, Najapatia, Sonora, Mexico
More than 20 years of teaching and six years of department leadership