My solo exhibition Want Not Loss, Water and Stardust was shown at the Apex Gallery, School of Mines and Technology, Rapid City, SD.
My solo exhibition Light Through Dirty Windows was shown at the Edina Art Center, Edina, MN
I have been invited to give a visiting artist lecture to digital media students at Missouri State University Springfield, MO.
I was recently awarded the 2017-2018 Riever Award of Excellence for my outstanding teaching at Iowa Western Community College, Council Bluffs, IA.
My work was exhibited in a solo exhibition titled Not Loss Want at the McCarthy Gallery, Valley City State University, Valley City, ND
My newest sculptural installation work, Siren will be installed in an isolated area of the Badlands National Park near Wall, SD.
My work was recently chosen for the exhibition titled Context at the Foundry Art Center in St. Charles, MO.
I participated in the exhibition Girls. This exhibition was organized by Curator Ellen Colcord. GIRLS is an exhibition in collaboration with Covenant House. The exhibition will be at the Rogue Space Gallery, Chelsea New York, NY.
Recently, I was involved in curating Flint Projection a temporary public video project on the entire façade of the historic Spencer's Art House in Flint, MI. Spencer's Art House is a historic home last used as a mortuary, located in Carriage Town, the city's oldest neighborhood. The building fell into disuse in the early 1990s and was on the verge of collapsing. In 2012, Flint Public Art Project began a project to renovate the building into an alternative art and workshop space in cooperation with the Carriage Town Historic Neighborhood Association.
I have recently accepted a Technical Consultant position at the Center for Teaching and Learning, Mott Community College. Along with my regular teaching responsibilities, I will be lecturing faculty members on a number of topics including but not limited to: social media in the context of pedagogy and professional development.
My work was exhibited in a solo exhibition titled Calm Abiding at the VADC Mott Community College Gallery Flint, MI.
Recently, I was notified that I was nominated for the 2013 Outstanding Faculty Award at Mott Community College. I am truly honored for this distinction and thank those who were part of my nomination.
I have accepted an offer for a Full-time Instructor of Art position at Mott Community College Flint, MI. On December 12, 2011, Mott Community College was honored at a prestigious event at the National Press Club in Washington, DC as one of the top ten community colleges out of more than 1,200 community colleges in America.
My curatorial exhibition proposal was accepted by the Ruddell Gallery at Black Hills State University. This show will consist of a small number of recent M.F.A. students from across the United States and will be titled Histories of Things to Come. It will be available for viewing from March 1st to April 3rd 2013.
My work was included in a traveling exhibition at Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD curated by Greg Blair titled Young Dakota Artists it will also be exhibited at the North Dakota Museum of Art, Grand Forks, ND.
The WUD Art Committee at the University of Wisconsin accepted my curatorial exhibition proposal.The show will be comprised of a select group of artists involved with Gallery Gray and will be titled Tilting at Windmills. It will be available for viewing from December 1st to January 17nth 2013 in the Porter Butts Gallery.
My work was included in an exhibition at the Siena Art Institute, SIena, Italy titled Drawn Together.
My work was included in a solo exhibition at Northern State University, Aberdeen, SD titled Histories of Things to Come.
My work was included in an exhibition at Dickenson State University Gallery, Dickenson, ND titled Blue.
An international video exhibition I co-curated with B. Colby Jennings was on view at Washington State University Gallery II, Pullman, WA titled Shifting Ground. This physical installation was also be accompanied by an online exhibition at Gallery Gray a nontraditional gallery space I created in late 2009.
I was accepted into the Jentel Artist Residence Program for a period of one month. This month long residency includes private room and board, 400 square foot studio space, and a stipend. The Jentel Artist Residency Program offers dedicated individuals a supportive environment in which to further their creative development. At Jentel, artists and writers experience unfettered time to allow for thoughtful reflection and meditation on the creative process in a setting that preserves the agricultural and historical integrity of the land.