EDUCATION

Master of Arts, Parsons School of Design, New York, 2016 - 2019

History of Design and Curatorial Studies  

-      Research interests: 20th century American graphic design, prints and architecture, gender and design theory, digital graphic design practices, history of American photography

Bachelor of Arts, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island, 2009 - 2013                     

History of Art and Architecture

Studio Arts, Large Format Film Photography 

 

FELLOWSHIPS, AWARDS, GRANTS 

Master’s Fellowship, Cooper Hewitt Design Museum, New York, August 2016 - May 2018

Curatorial Fellow, Drawings, Prints and Graphic Design Department

Provost’s Scholarship, Parsons School of Design, New York, August 2016 – Present

Parsons Graduate Student Research Fund Grant, May 2018

Parsons History of Design and Curatorial Studies Alumni Sponsored Grant, April 2018

 

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teaching Assistant, Parsons School of Design, New York, August 2017 – May 2018

History of Design and Decorative Arts (M.A.)

-      Taught weekly recitation sections for Survey I and Survey II courses

-      Organized and led discussions on historical themes, relevant social issues and introduced decorative arts vocabulary

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 

Assistant to Anna Wintour, Editor-in-Chief, Vogue, New York, December 2013 - May 2015

-      Coordinated the editor’s schedule and travel, facilitated corporate and personal events

-      Arranged meetings and presentations for her role as Artistic Director of Conde Nast publications with other senior editors

-      Managed personal and corporate finances

-      Responsible for editor’s residences and personal demands 

Curatorial Intern, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, CA, June - August 2012

Costume and Textiles Department

-      Contributed research and writing for the 2016 ‘Reigning Men’ exhibition

Curatorial Intern, Gagosian Gallery, New York, 2010 – 2011

980 Madison Avenue Gallery 

-      Conducted research for the 2010 Robert Rauschenberg show and the 2011 Kasimir Malevich show 

-      Assisted the publications department with research for titles including Richard Prince’s American Prayer (2011)

PRESENTATIONS 

“The Seaglass Carousel: A Surreal Synthesis of the Organic and Artificial” Parsons Art, History of Design and Theory Graduate Symposium, April 2018 

 

ACTIVITIES 

Editor-in-Chief, Objective, Parsons, New York, September 2017 - April 2019

Journal of the History of Design and Curatorial Studies program  

Foundation for Contemporary Arts, New York, April 2017 - Present

FCA Friends founding member 

-      Work with FCA’s directors and Artist Board to fund and select one prestigious grant each year

Mental Health Hangouts, New York, August 2017- September 2018

Podcast Co-Host

-      The show aims to identify and combat mental health stigma through weekly honest conversations with millennial guests, such as artists, writers, educators 

SKILLS 

Languages

Proficient in Spanish, Chinese and Hebrew

Photography

Film photography and darkroom practices, studio lighting, Adobe Creative Suite, Capture One 

Other

TMS databases

Microsoft Office