Curriculum Vitae




California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA
BFA in Sculpture, 2010
Member of Sculpture Club
Honors: Graduated with Distinction

Los Angeles Valley College, Los Angeles, CA
Studies in Fine Arts, 2006

Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising, Los Angeles, CA
Studies in Graphic Design, 2004
Honors: Phi Theta Kappa, President’s Honor Roll

North Seattle Community College, Seattle, WA
AASD in Pharmacy Technology, 1998
Honors: Phi Theta Kappa, President’s List

City College of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA
Studies in Fine Arts, Foreign Languages, 1992
Honors: Dean’s List



Library Research Award, California College of the Arts, 2010
CCA Scholarship, California College of the Arts, 2007-2010
Academic Excellence Scholarship, North Seattle Community College, 1998
German Department Scholarship, City College of San Francisco, 1991
French Department Scholarship, City College of San Francisco, 1990



Software: Photoshop; Illustrator; InDesign; Acrobat; FileMaker Pro; Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Access, Entourage, Outlook); Skype; Roxio Toast; iCal; Google products

Interpersonal: Attention to detail; Troubleshooting; Creative problem-solving; Customer service and De-escalation; Follow-through; Multi-tasking; Logistical analysis; Motivating people; Enthusiasm; Strong work ethic; Delegating tasks and Managing people; Practical application of information/knowledge; Critical thinking; Public speaking; Professionalism; Approachability

Studio: Acrylic, Water-color, and Oil Painting, Drawing; Linoleum-block printing; Graphic design; Hand-building and mono-printing on clay; Paper crafting/construction; Basic carpentry; Basic foundry; Basic electrical; Textiles; Basket weaving; Basic glazing; Merchandising; Fusing glass, Cold-working; Video and Sound production; Theatrical production

Additional: Creative writing; Copy writing; Editing; Proofreading; Pharmacy compounding, IV admixture; Aseptic technique; Event planning/coordination; Database management; Miscellaneous office/clerical skills; Gardening; Herbalism



Heald College, Hayward, CA
Guest Lecturer – Art and Culture in Renaissance Europe – 2009, 2011
Developed and presented multi-media lecture on key works, socio-political changes, and stylistic/conceptual/material differences of the Italian and Northern Renaissance movements.

Northern California Women’s Herbal Symposium, Laytonville, CA
Seasonal Instructor – “Mid-Kids” Workshops – 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012
Developed and taught nature-oriented art, storytelling, and craft workshops for children aged 7-11.

Frank Otis Elementary School, Alameda, CA
Lead Art Docent, 3rd Grade Class – Post-Impressionism through Non-Objective Art – 2009-10
Led age-appropriate lessons on art themes, techniques, and concepts of the 20th Century.

Beth Hillel Day School, Valley Village, CA
Science Docent, 4th/5th Grade Class – Magnetism, Circuitry, Electro-Magnetism, Nutrition – 2005-06
Facilitated and co-taught age-appropriate lessons on various science concepts and principles.



Illuminata Glass, San Francisco, CA
Intern – 01/2008 – 05/2008
Office and studio assistant, including graphic design and installation of site-specific glass pieces.

Gyöngy Laky Studio San Francisco, CA
Intern – 10/2007 – 03/2008
Sculpture studio assistant, including painting, assembling, and installing works in preparation for exhibition.

Busnote Press, Venice, CA
Producer/Assistant Director/Dogsbody – 2005-06
Secured locations, props, and crew; provided “craft service”; acted as Script Supervisor; served as Wardrobe Assistant; operated boom microphone; performed voice-over.

Double-A Public Relations and Marketing, Santa Monica, CA
Freelance Proofreader/Copy Writer – 2005-06
Acted as overall creative consultant; served as “ghost” copy writer; edited and proofread press releases; designed layout of promotional materials.

Sinai Akiba Academy, Los Angeles, CA
Development Assistant – 2004-06
Assisted with event planning/coordination; processed large volumes of donations; provided training for/managed database; coordinated and prepared large mailings; generated and sorted bulk mailings; researched and prepared budget reports; designed, edited, and proofread development/event materials; performed many and varied administrative tasks; acted as liaison for parent-led committees and Development Director; composed and edited correspondence.

Northwest Hospital, Seattle, WA
Certified Pharmacy Technician – 1997-2003
Provided customer service; performed inventory control and narcotic tracking/inventory; trained students and new technicians; distributed medications; performed IV admixture; filled/maintained Pyxis automated medication carts; computer entry of TPN orders; unit-dose packaging of medications; emergency medication and chemotherapeutic IV preparation.

Grand Central Answering Service, San Francisco, CA
Senior Operator – 1991-93
Negotiated up to six calls at once; designed/maintained customer accounts; calmed irate callers; trained new employees; booked appointments; provided customer service.

RebL Gray Productions, San Francisco, CA
Stage Manager/Assistant Director – 1992
Assisted the director with all manner of task; stage-managed the production, including acting as prop mistress and wardrobe assistant.



Group Shows:

Iconic Machines – 2007
A2 Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Becoming Animal Becoming Human – 2008
Isabelle Percy West Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Italy: Art and Contemporary Culture – 2009
North/South Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

two truths and a lie – 2009
Isabelle Percy West Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Network (juried) – 2009
North/South Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Extreme Sculpture at SFMoMA – 2010
Schwab Room, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

Animae – 2010
The Sacred Well, Oakland, CA

The Divine Creatrix, In All Her Forms – 2011
The Sacred Well, Oakland, CA

Solo Shows:

Provocations and Amusements From This World and Others – 2007
The Sacred Well, Oakland, CA

Can’t Find My Way Home – 2009
A2 Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA

Improbable Remains – 2010
South Gallery, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA



English – native language
French – speak and read/write with proficiency
German and Italian – speak, read, and write with basic competence



California College of Arts Alumni Association
Phi Theta Kappa Alumni
1890 Bryant Street Studios
Fine Art Professionals and Collectors
Green Group

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