Child’s Play (2010), an exhibition that explored both the nostalgia of and darker depths of childhood and the childhood experience it featured works by regional, national and international artists, Kristina Bilonick, Scott G. Brooks, Jaime Cabrera, Robert Stuart Cohen, Erin Fostel, Grendel’s Mother: David Friedheim and Trisha Kyner, Jenny Kanzler, Alexandria Levin, Megan Marlatt, Sharon Trumbull, and Yoram Wolberger. At the Gallery at CCBC Catonsville in Baltimore, MD.

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Imagined Realities (2012), an exhibition that explored the heights and depths of imagination, and the fine and applied art aspects of creating such works. The show featured nationally and internationally renowned artists and illustrators; John Jude Palencar, Piero Macgowan, Sean Andrew Murray, and Jen Zee. Co-curated with Erik Miller, at the Gallery at CCBC Catonsville in Baltimore, MD. The exhibition and guest lecture with three of the four artists; John Jude Palencar, Sean Andrew Murray and Piero Macgowan, was sponsored in part by the Maryland State Arts Council.

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Regarding the Sublime (2013). An exhibition which explored the concept of beauty featuring work by artists Stephen Knudsen and Roger Mark Walton, both members of the Painting faculty at the Savannah College of Art and Design. This exhibition and guest lecture was sponsored in part by the National Endowment for the Arts.

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Traces (2015). An exhibition that featured work by regional artists Catherine Day, Michelle Dickson and Kourtney Stone, centering around the transient nature of memory.

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The Art of the Elder Scrolls Online (2015), an exhibition that explored the creation of artwork for the video game The Elder Scrolls Online. From concept art to in-game creations, The Art of The Elder Scrolls Online took a look at the immense effort it took the people of ZeniMax Online Studios to make a world come to life. Co-curated with Emilyann Craighead at the Gallery at CCBC Essex in Baltimore, MD. The exhibition was accompanied by two guest lectures/panel discussions, featuring members of the creative and administrative teams from ZeniMax Online Studios.