Degrees: AB, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA - AB in Visual & Environmental Studies; MFA, Yale University
Exhibitions A Stitch in Jewish Time: Provocative Textiles, Hebrew Union College Museum, NY, 2011
Collections/Client Work Harvard College, EdVestors, Danforth Museum of Art, Massachusetts Teachers Association, Boston Arts Academy, Friends of the Beth Israel-Deaconess Medical Center, Massachusetts College of Art, the e-organization, Jonathan Keep Landscape Architecture
Publications ""Style & Its Abuses"", republished in Writing About the Arts and Humanities, Third Edition (Brigham Young University, 2003); ""Nothing Without Joy"", winner of the Excellence in the Academe Art of Teaching Prize, National Education Association, published in Thought & Action, Fall 2002; ""Style & Its Abuses"", AIGA Journal, April 1999; Editor and contributing author, Toshi Katayama's Class at Harvard University (Musashino Art University Press, Tokyo, Japan, 1993).
Grants Tomorrow Foundation Grant, 2005
Awards/prizes National Education Association Art of Teaching Prize (see above), 2002; Merit Award for Special Projects, Publicity Club of New England, 1991; Danforth Award for Excellence in Teaching, Harvard University, 1990.
Other Principal of Blue Studio, designing for arts and nonprofit organizations since 1992; special teaching interests include book design and bookbinding, and print production for designers.