Curatorial Services

Experience + Vision

Before I became a professional curator in 2009, I spent most of my life looking at art. Growing up in Washington, DC and going to the Smithsonian museums to look at art was a normal way of spending time after school, while my parents were at work nearby. I was 19 when I went to Europe for the first time and began to learn the great museums and galleries of the world in London, Paris, Rome, Barcelona, and Amsterdam. Over the course of 20 years of living and visiting these places,  as well as working extensively in the American art capitals of New York, Washington, Miami and Los Angeles, I’ve been able to see and learn about both the great masterpieces and the contemporary art landscape.

Working with construction contractors and vendors, audio/visual teams, and facility management professionals to make the vision into a reality is something I’ve worked at for many years with a long track record of successful execution.

My production experience has allowed me to transition into curating with the organizational and logistical skills needed to coordinate and execute the build out of a successful installation.

In addition to curating my Wynwood Pop Up Gallery each year, I was asked to curate a popup exhibition in this 3 million dollar Miami Loft for Luxury Realtor Douglas Elliman and began combining art with luxury real estate staging.

I have the experience and the network of artists to curate from a variety of themes and platforms.

Women, Photography, African American, Street Art, Protest Art, Asian Art, Latin Art, Sports Art, American Art, Emerging Art are some categories that I have a depth of relationships within.

Whether you need art or artists for educational or enrichment purposes, or aesthetic enjoyment, we can satisfy your curatorial needs.

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Photo Credits: Taku Nimashe/ KC Holmes.