Present MFA candidate Maryland Institute College of Art, anticipated 2014
1985-1988 BFA The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
1987 Nova Scotia College of Art and Design
1983-1985 Keystone Junior College
2014 Keystone College Faculty Exhibition, Keystone College
2013 “View Finder” Northeastern Biennial Mahady Gallery, Scranton Pa
2013 “Decker Well” 2nd & 3rd Year Exhibition, Pinkard Gallery,Baltimore MD
2012 “View Finder” The Gathering at Keystone College, literary conference
2012 “View Finder,2nd & 3rd Year Exhibition, Pinkard Gallery,Baltimore MD
2012 “View Finder” public installation at Tunkhannock Founders Day Festival
2012 “View Finder “ Tunkhannock Area Middle School
2011 “Left and Found” Public Installation, Baltimore MD
2011 Post Industrial Iron, Dowd Gallery SUNY Cortland
2011 Art on the Edge, Hawley PA Juried Exhibition
2011 Mountain Jam, Hunter NY Juried Installation Exhibition Afa Gallery
2011 Post Industrial Iron, Juried National Exhibition Afa Gallery
2010 Mountain Jam, Hunter NY Juried Installation Exhibition
2010 NEPA Regional, Juried Exhibition October 2010
2010 Circle Cluster Bare, Three Person Exhibition Afa Gallery Scranton Pa
2010 Mountain Jam, Hunter NY juried Installation Exhibition
2010 Honoring the Masters, EMCA Invitational Tunkhannock Pa
2009 Alumi Exhibition, Keystone College ( 3rd Prize )
2009 Sloss National Iron Conference, group show
2009 Binghamton University Iron Conference, group show
2008 Keystone College Faculty Exhibition, Linder Gallery
2008 Where the Photo meets the Print, Group Exhibition Marquis Gallery
2007 Old Broads, I Long to a an Old Broad, Artists for Art member show
2001 Domestic Icon and Daily Ritual, Artists for Art 5 person exhibition
2001 Ode to Domesticity, Tudor Gallery two-person show
1995 Keystone Faculty/Alumni, Mac Gallery group show
1995 Work from the Persian Gulf Series, Exit Art NYC group show
1993 Cooper Union Young Alumni Dessert Dishes in collaboration with Kim Powick
1992 Flags, Persian Gulf , juried traveling exhibition in collaboration with Kim Powick
1991 Jan Hus Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Who is the Kindest and Gentlest Nation After All? Collaborative work with Kim Powick
1988 Baby M Baby Quilt, DIFFA Design House
1989 That Pawn is Pure Poison , Cooper Union Solo Senior Exhibition
1987 Ecphore Wedding Work, group show Halifax NS
Present- Instructor, Keystone College, Sculpture 1 &2 , 2-D, 3-D, Color, Professional Practices, Contemporary Aesthetics,
Present- Cofounder Keystone Iron Works, Iron casting program for at risk teens. Supported through Keystone College and Arts ENGAGE! with $21500.00 in grants. Recipient of 2 National Endowment for the Arts grants, 2012, $10,000.00, and Our Town for $25,000.00 2013.
Present- Owner, Sugar Jones, a design and fabrication company, since 1991
2008- present President of the Board of Directors Artists for Art
2006-present Pennsylvania Council of the Arts Rostered Artist, Artist in Residence
2006 Campbell’s Residential Design: Interior Design and Construction management, responsible for building budgets in the millions, purchasing, tracking goods and services, meetings with clients, vendors, and sub-contractors.
AfA Gallery: Gallery Coordinator, responsible for the day-to-day running of the gallery, newsletter and show mailings, sit on both the Board of Directors and the Gallery Committee. Started project GOT ART, in an effort to sell more gallery work and place more art in public spaces.
Keystone College: Adjunct Faculty, Color, 3-D Design, and Sculpture 1, Contemporary Aesthetics, High School Mini Courses.
2000-2006 LaTessa Designs: Interior Design firm specializing in Luxury renovation, firm had projects in LA, NYC, Vermont, NJ, and Mexico. Responsible for all phases of projects. I am particularly well suited for this work as I can problem solve quickly on site or by phone.
1997-2002 OUTREACH, at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: I taught Contemporary Art Issues; the class visited contemporary galleries and in that situation discussed the art and its relevance to American culture their culture (most students were immigrants) and its relevance to them personally.
1998-2002 Keystone College: Taught 3-D Design, Mixed Media, and IDS. I was responsible for developing the course book for the Art Major IDS students, also taught High School Mini Courses in Fashion Design and Millinery.
1994-1996 Raquel Sitwell: Head of Design and Production. Responsible for the design and fabrication of a bridge handbag line, with wholesale shows for four seasons a year. Built a library of material sources as well as "Market Images" (current trends and their historical reference)
1994-1995 MCM: Design and produce window displays for MCM a Luxury Handbag Company. Window displays fabricated and shipped to 15-25 stores monthly. Responsible for three to six concepts monthly. Also assisted the store-planning director with fixtures during company expansion.
1993-1994 Brooklyn Museum of Art: Education Department Workshops with 10-14 participants 7-12 years of age. In collaboration with the Art History Staff, participants attended a walking lecture in the galleries and then worked on a three-hour project that related to the exhibit.
1991 A Better Mousetrap; Patents and the Process of Invention: Exhibition at The Cooper Union Collaboration with the curator and one other associate curator on the design of the exhibition. Responsible for the selection of objects, images installation, space planning, coordination of shipping and overseeing student workers.
1988 Studio Assistant: For Judy Pfaff various 3-D fabric projects.
1986-1992 Studio Assistant: For Izhar Patkin, Responsible for studio maintenance, purchasing materials, installation, and conservation of works at Museums, Galleries and Various private collections. Technical proficiency of materials, cast metals, anodized aluminum, photography, lost wax, armature building, printing, bookbinding, lithography, stencil cutting. If he wanted to build it I figured out how.
1986-1993 The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: Printmaking Technician. Responsible for all aspects of running print shop.