EDUCATION
1996 B.A., Digital Arts & Imaging, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, MD

EXHIBITIONS
2014
Cruel Summer, Jonathan LeVine Gallery, New York City, NY
New Visions of the Old West, Patrajdas Contemporary, Ogden, UT
Art on the Edge 2014, Vered Contemporary, East Hampton, NY
1 Track Mind, The Seventh Letter Gallery, Los Angeles, CA
Transit, Vertical Gallery, Chicago, IL
Friends with Benefits, Contemporary Wing, Washington, DC
2013
Aqua Art Miami 2013, j fergeson gallery, Miami, FL
10th Annual Silent Auction & Benefit, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC
Art on the Edge 2013, Vered Contemporary, East Hampton, NY
Mumbo Sauce, Contemporary Wing, Washington, DC
SELECT WPA 2013 Art Auction Exhibition and Gala, Washington Project for the Arts,
Washington, DC
Pump Me Up: D.C. Subculture of the 1980s, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC
2012
Aqua Art Miami, j fergeson gallery, Miami, FL
9th Annual Silent Auction & Benefit, Transformer Gallery, Washington, DC
Hello Kitty for President, Sanrio/Living Social, Washington, DC
Leave the Beef on the BBQ, Guerrero Gallery, San Francisco, CAp. 2
OFF THE WALL: Street Art, Contemporary Wing, Washington, DC
RVA Street Art Festival, festival produced by Ed Trask and Jon Baliles, group show,
Richmond, VA
SELECT WPA 2012 Art Auction Exhibition and Gala, Washington Project for the Arts,
Washington, DC
2011
Art Night 2011, WPA/Hickok Cole Architects, Washington, DC
Derailed 2, Art Whino, solo show, Washington, DC
Submerge, No Kings Collective, Washington, DC
Art in the Streets, Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art, The first major U.S. museum
exhibition of the history of graffiti and street art, Los Angeles, California
G40: The Summit, Art Whino, Washington, DC
2010
Small Gift Miami, Sanrio 50th anniversary group art show at Art Basel, Miami, Florida
The Underbelly Project, New York City, New York
Les Grandes Traversées, Interactive design festival, Bordeaux, France
Derailed, Studio H, solo show, Washington, DC
Black in Black, The Fridge Gallery, Collaborative show with Mark Jenkins (artist/sculptor),
Washington, DC
G40: The Summit, Art Whino, Crystal City, Virginia
2009
Charcoal Studios, Art Whino at Art Basel, Miami, FL
Recycled Meaning: Oil and Water, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Out of Context 3, Art Life Gallery, Calgary, Canada
Bombs Away!, Strychnin Gallery, Berlin, Germany (Guest curator and exhibitor)
Manifest Hope, Washington DC
2008
RECOGNIZE! Hip Hop and Contemporary Portraiture, Smithsonian National Portrait
Gallery, Washington DC
400 ML, Project Maison des Métallos, Paris, Francep. 3
Inked Souls, Art Whino, Washington DC
Art Anonymous, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington DC
Collectors Select/Wreckfast at Tiffany’s, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
GUEST LECTURES / APPEARANCES
2012
“Graffiti at the Smithsonian,” Documentary promo for The Smithsonian Channel, Filmed on
location, Baltimore, MD
“Introduction to Graffiti Piecing,” Guest instructor, Smithsonian Anacostia Museum,
Washington DC
2011
“The Universe of Keith Herring,” Guest panelist, The Phillips Collection, Washington DC
“The Art of Vandalism,” Guest panelist, DC Commission for the Arts and Humanities, and DC
Department of Public Works, Washington DC
Canvases for set dressing, Silvercup Studios, Queens, NY, Georgetown, (Airs fall 2011 on
ABC)
“History of American Graffiti,” Book signing at Art in the Streets, Los Angeles Museum of
Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, CA
2010
Mural and canvas for makeover of The Fishing School, Washington DC, Extreme Makeover
Home Edition: Tripp Family, Parts I and II, (Aired February 14, 2010 on ABC)
2009
“Night Taxi,” Interview for German television program on RBB, Berlin, Germany
“Hands On! Talk & Draw,” Berlin Wall Family Day, Newseum, Washington DC
“Murals DC – Production Layout,” Youth workshop sponsored by Words, Beats, & Life,
Washington DC
Live painting for Pyramid Atlantic Art Center with AFI Silver Theater, Silver Spring, Maryland
Screening of film documentary Beautiful Losers – Silent Art Auction and Reception
Chocolate City Burning, documentary film on Washington DC graffiti.
2008
“RECOGNIZE! Youth Symposium,” RECOGNIZE! Hip Hop and Contemporary Portraiture
Youth Symposium, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Washington DCp. 4
“Graffiti and the Influence of Hip Hop on Art and Culture,” Panelist & Mural Artist,
Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
2007
Live painting for Virgin Mobile Festival, Pimlico Race Course, Baltimore, MD
2005
xXx: State of the Union, Set painting for feature film, Columbia Pictures, Baltimore, MD

BIBLIOGRAPHY
LTD. Sanrio Company, and Roger Gastman. Hello Kitty, Hello Art! Abrams, October 2012.
ISBN: 978-1419704536
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2011.
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Gastman, Roger, Darin Rowland, and Ian Sattler. Freight Train Graffiti. Harry N. Abrams, June
2006. ISBN: 978-0810992498p. 5
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