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Supernatural: Religious, Theological & Spiritual Leaders series (press release)  
Portraits, solo-exhibition, 2012 (press release)   NEW YORK TIMES review (Ken Johnson, 2012)  
Antibiosis, solo-exhibition, 2010 (press release)    

Born 1980, Salt Lake City, Utah
Lives and works in New York City, New York

ART EDUCATION
Graduate School of Figurative Painting, New York Academy of Art:
         MFA Cum Laude 2007
The Cooper Union School of Art, New York, NY: BFA 2005
The Prague Academy of Art, Prague, Czech Republic: Spring semester 2004
Marie Walsh Sharpe Scholar: The Colorado College, 1998
University of Utah Department of Fine Art, 1996-1998

AWARDS
Full four year Academic Scholarship Award: The Cooper Union School of Art
Merit Scholarship Award: New York Academy of Art, 2005-2007
Semester Travel Grant: Prague Academy of Art, Prague, Czech Republic, 2004
Travel Grant: Chateau de Balleroy, Normandy, France: Sponsored by Prince of Wales and Forbes Foundation, 2006
Detail image of "Electro-Bloodlines" chosen by National Portrait Gallery designers for printed brochure, Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition, 2009 

EXHIBITIONS
2016 Solo-exhibition, October-December 2016, Aeroplastics Contemporary Gallery, Brussels Belgium
2015 Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen, Congressional Portrait, U.S. Capitol, Washington DC
         The Remarkable Lightness of Being, group exhibition, Aeroplastics Contemporary Gallery, Brussels Belgium
2014 Boca Raton Museum of Art, November 2014 - March 2015, solo-exhibition
         Supernatural: Religious, Theological & Spiritual Leaders series, Belgium, Spring 2014
2013 Solo-exhibition DEAN PROJECT, Supernatural: Religious, Theological & Spiritual Leaders series, Miami FL, December 6 through January 4, 2014
        Cloud 9, group exhibition, Sultan Gallery, Kuwait City Kuwait, May
2012 Isabelle Suret and Bernard Chenebault, curated group exhibition, Paris, France, October
        Solo-exhibition DEAN PROJECT, Portraits, New York, January
        Houston Contemporary, October
        PULSE Los Angeles, September
2011 Dallas Art Fair, April
        The American Academy of Art & Letters, Invitational Exhibition, New York, March - April
        "Now What?" group exhibition, Norton Museum, Palm Beach Florida, Dec 2010 - April
2010 Solo Exhibition, DEAN PROJECT, Antibiosis, New York, September
        Solo Museum Exhibition, Faulconer Gallery, Grinnell College, Grinnell, Iowa, June
        NEXT Art Fair, Chicago, Illinois, May
        Zona MACO International Art Fair, Mexico City, Mexico, April
        PULSE New York, March
2009  PULSE Miami, December
        Toronto International Art Fair (TIAF), Toronto, Canada, October
2008 Introduction: Future Dialogues, September
        SCOPE London, England, October
        SCOPE Basel, Switzerland, June
        "We Are L.I.C." Curated by Yigal Ozeri, DEAN PROJECT, New York
2007 "Take Home a Nude": Curated by Eileen Guggenheim, New York
        "St. Barth’s Exhibition": Curated by April Gornik and Eric Fischl, St. Barth’s, French West Indies
        Diploma Project Exhibition: New York Academy of Art, New York
2006 Outwin Bouchever Portrait Competition Finalist: Smithsonian Institute National Portrait Gallery, Washington D.C.
                *This exhibit was reconstructed and displayed in the National Art Museum of China in Beijing in conjunction
                 with the Summer Olympic Games in 2008
        Chateau de Balleroy Exhibition: Sponsored by The Prince of Wales and the Forbes Foundation, Normandy, France
2005 The Cooper Union Senior Show, New York

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
TIME magazine, January 2014
Miami Herald, December 29, 2013
Sun Post Miami, December 10, 2013
Miami Herald, Indulge Magazine, January 2013
Huffington Post, January 14, 2014
Juxtapoz Magazine, November 2013
New York Times, Art in Review, Ken Johnson, February 3, 2012
Art Daily, March 2012
ARTINFO, March 2012, October 2010
Curated Magazine, March 2012, October 2010
The Art Economist, March/April 2011 issue, "Artist To Watch"