b. 1975, Rhinebeck, New York
He had his first solo exhibition titled “Friendly Fire”, at Ruby Gallery in Brooklyn, New York in 2000. Two years later he exhibited work at Adobe Books Gallery in San Francisco, California, in a group exhibition titled “The Tiny Show” and “Di-Visions” at the Richard Hugo House in Seattle, Washington. In 2003, he participated in the group exhibition “ZAP: Electric Narratives”, organized by Green House Project, in Brooklyn, New York. In 2009, he was selected to take part in the collective exhibitions, “Homage to Jose Maria Sert” at the Headquarters of United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland and the “StarvinArtist” at the gallery Untitled in Barcelona, Spain. In 2010, he exhibited works in “The Water Show” at The Nut Lab, Shanghai, China and “El Papel del Dibujo III” (The Role of Drawing 3), at Galería Ángeles Baños in Badajoz, Spain. He was selected for the catalogue and exhibition of III Certamen de Dibujo Contemporaneo Pílar y Andres Centenera Jarba ¨Villa de Alovera" - Guadalajara, Spain, in 2009 and 2010. In addition, Foro Sur 2011 in Cáceres, Spain with Galería Ángeles Baños and XIV Certamen de Artes Plásticas Sala el Brocense. "Friendly Fire" was exhibited for the first time in Spain at Kike Keller, in Madrid, in 2012. "Reboot", at Kike Keller in 2017. “Change of State” at The Wassaic Project, Wassaic New York, 2018. “Nuevos -Anterior / Anteriores - Nueva” at ASPA Contemporary, Madrid, 2019.
He holds a BFA ('98) from the State University of New York at Purchase (SUNY Purchase) and an MFA ('04) from the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI).
He lives in Madrid, Spain.