From December 10th, 2003 – January 9th, 2004, I exhibited photographic portraits of pharmaceuticals form the Side Effects series at the Woods-Gerry Gallery in Providence. The pieces I exhibited were Large Zyprexa #46, Large Abilify #6, Large Serequil #11. Each print was 24.5″ x 24.5″. The exhibition was part of the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) Staff Show, where I was working as an artist model.
In 1996, I was the recipient of the Art of Leadership award at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC), where I was pursuing my BFA in studio arts. At SAIC, I studied a broad range of art including performance, puppetry, video art, sound art, site-specific installation, photography (analogue and digital), sculpture, drawing, painting, creative writing, and art history, theory, and criticism.