I am currently a masters candidate in Baruch College’s Arts Administration program and received my BA in Visual Culture and Social Change from NYU with a minor in Documentary Film.
I am a Casting Associate Producer on History Channel's American Pickers. Needless to say, I love to travel, and that always informs the work and projects I take on. A few years ago I taught English in Spain. You can find my blog and photos from that experience here.
I aim promote art and activism while producing meaningful, exciting work and assisting artists in the production and exhibition of their own visions.
Since my experience working as Workshop Programs Coordinator for Community Works (CW), a non-profit arts education organization based in NYC I’ve been deeply invested to keeping the values and mission of CW alive in my own life.
In February 2016, I became a member of Mobile Print Power (MPP), a multi-generational printmaking collective based in Corona, Queens. MPP aims to engage the public around social issues and injustice to create change. As a collective we have curated and facilitated exhibitions and workshops across New York City and at spaces such as Interference Archive.
I am also a board member for Emerging Leaders of New York Arts (ELNYA). I administer and plan for ELNYA programming to create opportunities for networking and professional development which explore new ideas, best practices and challenges in the field of arts management.
Most importantly, I want to work with you or your organization. I want to hear about your projects, get to know you, and help you make your artistic visions come true.