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.
Wai-O-Papa Waterlands Exhibition. Public Exhibition. Victoria University School of Architecture and Design. 2016. Photography by Kevin Cartwright.
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.