Curriculum Vitae


PhD Candidate, York/Ryerson Joint Graduate Program in Communication and Culture, Area of specialization: Media and Culture. Supervised by Professor Janine Marchessault, Trudeau Fellow & Canada Research Chair in Art, Digital Media & Globalization. (2018 expected) Comprehensive Exam committee members: Dr. Janine Marchessault, Chair, Dr. Steve Bailey and Marc Couroux. PhD Comprehensive Exam areas of specialization: Major General: Visual Culture and Communication Theory, Major Specific: Surveillance theory and literature, Minor: Critical theory of the Anthropocene (completed June 2017).

MA in Art History & Visual Culture, York University (2014)

Contract Academic Teaching

2015-16             University of Toronto, Faculty of Information, Sessional Lecturer, Museum Studies Program, Course: MSL 4000Y Exhibition Project.

Teaching Assistance

2015-18           York University, Department of Communication Studies, Tutorial Leader, Course: Media, Culture and Society.

2016                York University, Department of Visual Art & Art History, Marker/Grader, Course: History of Photography.

2014-15           York University, Department of Communication Studies, Tutorial Leader, Course: Information and Technology. 

2012-14           York University, Department of Visual Art & Art History, Tutorial Leader, Course: Modern Art 1750-Present.

Employment History

2010-12   Program Coordinator of Education, University of Toronto Art Centre, University of Toronto.

2003-7    Exhibition Coordinator, Blackwood Gallery, University of Toronto at Mississauga.


2017-18              Working Group Member, University of Toronto, Jackman Humanities Institute, Toronto’s Urban Imaginaries.

2014-18               Director, Board of Directors, YYZ Artists Outlet and YYZ Books.

2014-                  Caucus Member, Sensorium: Centre for Digital Arts & Technology.

2014-16              Grad Rep., Universities Art Association of Canada.

Awards               HSBC OGS 2017-18, Ontario Graduate Scholarship 2016-17, Anne Simone International Conference Award 2014

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