Solo and Two Person Exhibitions:


  • Everything I Never Told You: Secrets Too Beautiful To Keep, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA


  • re-imagined landscapes, littlefield performance + art space, Brooklyn, NY


  • Dwelling, Fotoeffect Gallery & Studio, Portland, OR

  • Recent paintings, mag big, Portland, OR


  • heart loot & other small stories (selections), Ginger Salon, Portland, OR


  • heart loot & other small stories, Gallery Infusion, Los Angeles, CA


  • In and Out (of Love), Campin Coffeehouse, Portland, OR

  • Recent drawings, Two Person Exhibit, Tea Chai Te, Portland, OR


  • Two Person Exhibit, Black Squirrel Bakery, Manchester Center, VT

Select Group Exhibitions:


  • Shel•ter, Gallery 51, North Adams, MA, curated by Arthur DeBow (upcoming)


  • Local Color: Assets for Artists Group Exhibition, DownStreet Art, North Adams, MA


  • Adams Community Bank Gallery, DownStreet Art, North Adams, MA

  • Spectacle 99, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA


  • Art to Go!, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA


  • Portland Love Show LOVE IN RETROSPECT: Hindsight is 20/20, Launchpad Gallery, Portland, OR


  • I heart art: mixer match, Design within reach, Portland, OR

  • Alumni Art Show, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR


  • I want to feel at home here, Milepost 5, Portland, OR

  • 4x6 exhibition, That Gallery, Tsuen Han, Hong Kong

  • 5th Annual Love Show, Olympic Mills Commerce Center, Portland, OR


  • Expressions West 2009, juried exhibition, Coos Art Museum, Coos Bay, OR

  • 4th Annual Love Show, Olympic Mills Commerce Center, Portland, OR

  • Sketchbook Project, travelling exhibition, Arthouse co-op, Atlanta, GA


  • 3rd Annual Love Show, Launchpad Gallery, Portland, OR


  • Alumni Art Show, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR

  • All Oregon Art Annual, Juried Exhibition, Salem, OR

  • Driven to Abstraction, Juried Exhibition, Northbank Artists Gallery, Vancouver, WA


  • Emerging Artists Exhibition, Catlin Gabel School, Portland, OR

  • Five Emerging Artists, Design Within Reach, Tigard, OR

  • Bachelor of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, The Art Gym -Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR


  • Art by Emerging Local Artists, The Galleria, Portland, OR

  • 24th Annual Gender Symposium Art Exhibit, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR



Master of Arts - Performance Curation, Institute of Curatorial Practice in Performance, Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

Bachelor of Fine Arts, Marylhurst University, Marylhurst, OR



  • SPECTRUM: embodied, North Adams, MA


  • Freedom From Fear/The Yellow Bowl Project, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA - The photographs depict this journey of 120 tea bowls along with the artist Setsuko Winchester to the remote and still rural reaches of the American West. At each site the bowls are arranged in conversation with the landscape. Framed to emphasize the simple structures, fenced areas, and desolation, each bowl then becomes a yellow beacon. Together these groupings, snaking along gravel roads or forming nested rectangles, are placed to reinforce the separation and unity inherent to this conversation. And there is a haunted beauty to these images. Viewing the series as a whole we see the conversation occurring between artist and place, between histories. Traveling through the exhibition one sees reproduced bowls in small groups placed alongside these images which travel from the not so distant past to the present, as further work in the series brings the bowls into the modern day – with displays at monumental places including the U.S. Supreme Court and the FDR Presidential Library & Museum.


  • Co-curator, everything i never told you; a secret to beautiful to keep, MCLA Gallery 51, North Adams, MA An interdisciplinary exhibition of new work exploring the intersectionalities common to the artistic practices of two artists developed over an almost 15 year long friendship. Exploring themes of vulnerability, emotional aesthetic, metaphor, absurdist humor, and personal history. Including work in a variety of media including - installation, drawing, painting,printmaking and mixed media work.

  • Polyvalent Spaces - Donna Cleary and Kathline Carr, exPRESS Gallery, North Adams, MA The dialectical relationship between art and inhabited space, between embodied and embedded knowledge, and the tension between the familiar and the strange are all prevalent in the work included in this exhibition. Polyvalent Spaces grounds this relational exploration into the place where it was created - North Adams, MA - but invites a multiplicity of associations as you weave together the threads of the exhibition.

2014 – present

  • Curator, DownStreet Art - DownStreet Art exists to build economic and social capital and encourage the dialogue between our community and the arts. DownStreet Art does this by enlivening downtown North Adams using art and cultural activities to increase visitorship and enhance resident participation.

  • Curator, MCLA Presents! - MCLA Presents! brings to North Adams and the MCLA campus some of the world's finest performers in music, dance, theatre, and spoken word. From large musical festivals held in the school gym and on the grounds, to intimate one-person theatrical events and evenings of poetry held in the college's art galleries downtown, MCLA Presents! shares a unique performance series with the Northern Berkshire community.

Related Experience/Professional Affiliations:

2014 - present - Berkshire Cultural Resource Center, North Adams, MA

2014 - present - Co-producer, Unsilent Night North Adams

2015 - present - Arts Leadership Council, MASS Creative,

2016 - present - Board Member at-large, New England Presenters,

2011 - Member, Trimet Public Art Advisory

2008 - 2009 - Art Instructor, Portland Art Museum

2004 - 2005 - Gallery Assistant/Preparator, The Art Gym, Marylhurst University

2003 - 2004 - Assistant Collections Coordinator, Regional Arts & Culture Council,

Awards & Lectures:


  • 40 under 40, 2019


  • ‘Berkshire 25’

  • Assets for Artists, Project Grant for Speculative Acts for a Feminist Future

  • Why Representation Matters: A conversation about the role of museums (part of MCLA's Day of Dialogue events)

    BCRC director Michelle Daly will lead the group in a conversation that explores how artists and art institutions are responding to the colonial legacy of the museum. Using recent controversies at the Walker Museum (Sam Durant's Scaffold) and the Whitney Biennial (Dana Schutz’s Open Casket) as our jumping off point – we will discuss how contemporary art museums and arts institutions are grappling with these questions. While also considering how an expanded understanding of art, which considers the cultural position of the artist, moves us away from the traditional neo-colonial structures of (western) art history.


  • Panelist, Creative Economy Conference, 1Berkshire


  • North Adams Project, Assets for Artists


  • Artist Talk, SUNY – POTSDAM