b. 1985, Hagerstown, MD

Lives and works in Los Angeles, CA



2013 MFA Painting, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2007 BFA Painting, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
2005 Studio Practice Program, Goldsmiths College, London, England 


Selected Exhibitions

2019 A Showcase, Public Pool, Encino, CA
Don’t Dream It’s Over, Eastside International, Los Angeles, CA
Freeze, Public Pool, Encino, CA
Be Still Life, Other Places Art Fair, San Pedro, CA
Wholly Coast!, Monte Vista Projects, Los Angeles, CA
Sleep, Vestibule, Seattle, WA
2018 An Art Den, organized by The Barker Hanger, Odd Ark LA, Los Angeles, CA
"May you live in interesting times," curated by Good Weather Gallery, High Tide, Philadelphia, PA
           My House is the Villa Planted in the Valley, Peter Strauss Ranch, Agoura Hills, CA
           Fresh Start, Lava Projects, Los Angeles, CA
2017 Conceding, our eyes shift, curated by Megan Mueller, Basement Projects, Santa Ana, CA
           Mind's I, Dalton Warehouse, Los Angeles, CA
           ATM Cigarettes Flowers Lottery, Space Heater Gallery, New York, NY
           SPF15 13 with Jamie Felton and Shanna Waddell, San Diego, CA
           Nasty Women: Binders of Them, The Cave, Detroit, MI
2016 Women on the Fence, curated by Andrea Marie Breiling and Hayley Barker, Desert Hot Springs, CA
           End of Summer Summer, 24HourCharlies, Malibu, CA
           Uncommon Ground, FOCA, curated by Kate Whitlock, Los Angeles, CA
           Maiden LA, EMBASSY, Los Angeles, CA
           Super Sketchy, DCTV, curated by Alley Oop Projects, New York, NY
2015 Not Her First Rodeo, EMBASSY, Los Angeles, CA
2014 DTW>>>LAX, CB1 Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
2013 Experiencing Perspectives, Mercedes-Benz Financial, Farmington Hills, MI
           Degree Exhibition, Cranbrook Art Museum, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2012 Vox VIII, Vox Populi, Philadelphia, PA
2011 Fail, Forum Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI
2010 ...If This Your Mother Knew, The Painted Bride Gallery, Philadelphia, PA (solo)
          Stay Seated, James Oliver Gallery, Philadelphia, PA
2009 Summer Residency Exhibition, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
            New Paintings, Green Line Powelton, Philadelphia, PA (solo)
2007 Solstice, Eris Temple Artspace, Philadelphia, PA
           Thesis Exhibition, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA
2005 Visiting and Extension Show, Goldsmiths College, London, England


Publications and Reviews

2018 Interview, Voyage LA
"Issue 4: The Pattern," Full Blede Magazine
2017 "Snap Review: Conceding, our eyes shift at Basement Projects," Angela D'Avignon, CARLA Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles
2016 "Uncommon Ground," Catherine Wagley, LA Weekly
2013 “What an MFA Means in Detroit,” Marie Julio, Two Coats of Paint
          Experiencing Perspectives Catalogue, Mercedes-Benz Financial  
          New American Paintings, MFA Edition
2012 "Vox III," Daniel Gerwin, Title Magazine


Lectures and Discussions

2018 Visiting Artist, Pepperdine University, Malibu, CA
2017 Visiting Artist, Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland, OR
2014 "I Like Your Work" in conversation with Casey Winkleman, VIA Publication, Los Angeles, CA
2008 Alumni Lecture, Arcadia University, Glenside, PA


Grants and Residencies

2019 Quick Grant, Center for Cultural Innovation, Los Angeles, CA
2009 Summer Residency Program, School of Visual Arts, New York, NY
           Artist Member, InLiquid Art & Design, Philadelphia, PA


Curatorial Projects

2016 Home is Where You're Happy (catalog), EMBASSY, Los Angeles, CA
           TOGETHER/ALONE, EMBASSY, Los Angeles, CA
2015 Kristin Cammermeyer, Local Pattern: 936 Mei Ling Way, The Arcade, Los Angeles, CA
2012 Co-Coordinator, Forum Gallery, Bloomfield Hills, MI


Selected Writing

"Isabelle Cornaro at Hannah Hoffman," CARLA Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, 2016
“Slow View: In Conversation with Molly Larkey,” CARLA Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, Issue 2 2015
“Slow View: Discussion on One Work,” with Julian Rogers, CARLA Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles, Issue 1 2015
“One Work with Nick McPhail”, Carets and Sticks, 2014
"One Work with Laura Krifka," Carets and Sticks, 2013