I have a long history of exhibiting my artwork regionally, nationally, and internationally. A forthcoming solo exhibition of my photographs and architectural sculptures titled, Structures that Transformed Education will be at the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub in North Little Rock, Arkansas in the spring of 2022. My photographic work will be part of an article in the forthcoming Postdigital Science and Education, a peer-reviewed academic journal published by Springer Nature. The article invited photographic work that broadly interpreted what counts as a school. One of the central questions of the article is: how people, objects, places, process, and life experience could all conceivably operate as a school. The latest national group exhibition my photographic work is part of is, 30 Over 50: In Context at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Fort Collins, Colorado, curated by Arnika Dawkins. The latest international exhibition my video work will be part of, Language, at LoosenArt at Millepiani Exhibition Space in Rome, Italy. A recent international exhibition my work was part of, Art as Message, at the Czong Institute for Contemporary Art in Gimpo, Korea. The first international exhibition my design work was part of, was Oklahoma Designers in London, at the Diorama Arts Centre in Central London. I had an installation in the national exhibition; Communities, Collaborations & Collectives at the Milwaukee Institute Art & Design in Wisconsin, juried by Jennifer Murray, Executive Director of Filter Photo. The installation contained Photographic Portraits, 3D Printed Reliefs and Oral History Recordings. This work was also shown in the exhibition; Material + Meaning, Firehouse Gallery, Baton Rouge Louisiana, Curated by Russell Lord, Freeman Family Curator of Photographs, Prints, and Drawings at the New Orleans Museum of Art. A national exhibition I created an installation for was Revealing Culture, at the Smithsonian Institute International Gallery in Washington, DC. Another national exhibition I created an installation for was Derivative Composition, at the Terrace Gallery of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, DC. I created two installations for a yearlong museum exhibition, Beautiful Minds – Dyslexia and the Creative Advantage, at the Science Museum Oklahoma in Oklahoma City. The Beautiful Minds exhibition and my two installations traveled to The DoSeum in San Antonio, Texas for another year long exhibition. My photographic work has been displayed at the Gilcrease Museum and Philbrook Museum in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A recent solo exhibition of my photographic work was View of Educational Structures at Liggett Studio in Tulsa, Oklahoma. A past solo exhibition of my photographic installation work was Elements of Learning Disabilities / Differences at the Arts & Humanities Council of Tulsa in Oklahoma. Another past solo exhibition: A Two Room School House, was a large-scale interactive installation that filled the gallery and invited the audience to draw on twenty-six chalkboards, this exhibition was at Living Arts of Tulsa, Oklahoma. The first exhibition I organized and exhibited in was, Art by Architectural Students, at the Fay Jones School of Architecture and Design at the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
I have a Bachelor of Architecture with a Minor in Painting from the University of Arkansas, a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drawing & Photography with a Minor in Art History from The University of Tulsa and a Master of Fine Arts in Photography & Open Media from The University of Tulsa. With this diverse education I have worked as an architect, educator, and a working artist. I am currently a Photography and Design Instructor at North Little Rock High School, the large urban public high school in North Little Rock, Arkansas.