Wai-O-Papa Waterlands Exhibition. Public Exhibition. Victoria University School of Architecture and Design. 2016. Photography by Kevin Cartwright.
Master Fine Arts, Massey University. Currently Enrolled Full-Time.
Expected graduation date November 2017.
– Digital Images, art theory, art history, art interpretation.
Masterate Scholarship recipient, 2017.
Parkin Prize, Finalist Selection. Large digital drawing print, ‘Te Hapu.’
Victoria School of Architecture, Wai-O-Papa / Waterlands Exhibition. Photographs exhibited in Vivian Street Lightboxes. 09/2016.
Odyssey in Burgundy Winemaking Study Program, Beaune, France.
Bachelor of Arts – Media Arts, University of Arizona. 2004.
– Art History, Studio practice, time-based media, film studies.
Here are three samples of my videography work, from the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian:
I produced this video in 2010 for the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian. It was shot on location in the village of Chawaytiri Peru.
I produced this video with the media team at the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI), to document a major public program, ‘Celebrate Hawaii.’
I produced this video with the media team at NMAI, as a marketing piece to promote an art exhibition on Native American skate culture at the museum.