Independent Curator and Art Historian
I am an independent curator and art historian from Medford, NY. I received my B.A. (magna cum laude, 2013) and M.A. (2019) in Art History & Criticism from Stony Brook University. In 2019, I was awarded the inaugural Outstanding M.A. Thesis Award for my paper, Sculpting the Soul: The Bust Portraiture of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.
I have ten years of curatorial experience and have worked on a variety of large-scale visual arts projects. I manage the Patchogue-Medford Library's Claire Davidson Siegel Gallery and have curated exhibitions across Long Island. My passion for art history has led me to develop several sequential and non-sequential, lecture-based, art historical programs, which I have delivered at libraries and other cultural institutions across Long Island as well as abroad. I have written extensively on the arts of the Greater South Bay area and have been published in ACES Magazine and Greater Patchogue.
In the fall of 2022, I joined the Communication and the Arts Department of Suffolk County Community College - Eastern Campus as an Adjunct Instructor. I teach the course ART 111: Art History I, which surveys the Western canon of Art History from Prehistoric to Renaissance.