His most recent curatorial project, Noble & Superior Projects has won several awards and has had reviews posted in Time Out Chicago,
The Chicago Tribune, FNews Magazine and Bad at Sports.
A recent graduate of SAIC with an MFA in Film, Video and New Media, he is the winner of SAIC's annual MFA fellowship offered to
students for outstanding sportsmanship and unique literary style. He will be attending Bard's CCS program in order to receive an
MA in curatorial studies in hopes of starting a utopic art cult to terrorize international museums into basing admission on sliding scales
reflecting the actual measured quality of their exhibitions.
A seasoned combatant against irony culture, he is currently working on moving from creating rigorously academic and conceptual
artworks, to a place of celebratory ecstasy, to move knowledge and academics out of the dire basement of oppression and melancholy
into a place of positive protest and productive negation.