2005    M. Phil., History of Art, Yale University 

2002    M.A., History of Art, Yale University

1999    B.A., with High Honors, Art History (major), Studio Art (minor), Oberlin College          

2015    “Pure Improv” workshop with Denyse Schmidt, Bridgeport, CT, September 24-25

2011    “Plant Dyeing,” workshop with Mikae Toma at Fiber Craft Studio, Chestnut Ridge, NY, May 22


2016        Celebration of American Crafts, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT

2016        City-Wide Open Studios at Goffe Street Armory and Artspace, New Haven, CT


Sherri Lynn Wood, The Improv Handbook for Modern Quilters (New York: Stewart, Tabori & Chang, 2015): p. 69.     

Dan Mims, “Work, and Play,” The Daily Nutmeg, October 18, 2016.


2016-present    Gallery Manager, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT

2017-present    Instructor: “Improvisational Quilting,” Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven, CT

2016                 Workshop: “Working with Natural Dyes,” Common Ground, New Haven, CT, May 21

2007                 Session Moderator: “Against the American Grain: The New American Art History,”Yale

                          University, New Haven, CT, April 30           

2007                 Teaching Fellow, Yale University: “America in Art,” “Black Atlantic Visual

                          Tradition,”“Postwar Art in the United States and Europe”

2000                 Gallery Administrator, Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York, NY

2000                 Artist’s Assistant, Sarah Sze, New York, NY 


2007-2008       Luce Foundation/ACLS Dissertation Fellowship in American Art

2006                Yale University Dissertation Fellowship, 2006

2004                Luce Foundation Travel Grant, summer

2001-2005       Yale University Fellowship

1999                Phi Beta Kappa