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I grew up in the rural town of Jefferson, Maryland, located west of Frederick; one hour away from both Baltimore and Washington, DC.
In 2002, I received a BFA in photography from Shepherd University, Shepherdstown, West Virginia. In the spring of 2003, I joined the Blue Elephant, a collaborative art space in Frederick, Maryland. During this time, I also served as an executive assistant at the Delaplaine Visual Art Education Center, also located in Frederick.
In June of 2009, I achieved a MFA in Imaging Arts and Science from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY.
Highlights in my art journey include working with the Madison Public Libraries as an artist-in-residence in their Bubbler program, and collaborating with Justin Barfield from University of Notre Dame on a project we call Undercurrents.
Currently, I work for Apple Inc. in Bethesda, MD as a technologies trainer with a focus in Art + Design and teach Darkroom photography at Frederick Community College.