I consider myself a storyteller. I employ shape, color, and spatial relationships as a vehicle to interpret the immense, the philosophical, the cognitive, and the mundane. Collected stories and images are processed and filtered until what remains are simple quietly poetic acts.  What emerges is a retelling in an attempt to gain insight, analyze, and search for a deeper understanding of my role within and reactions to the contemporary experience.

Lives and works in Phoenix, AZ

He collects bones and rocks.

Represented by

ROCKELMANN & Partner | Berlin and Albuquerque

Solo + Two Person Exhibitions

2019 - Philadelphia Fine Art Fair, with Rockelmann & Partner

2018 - Mural Project in downtown Indianapolis, IN - Sponsored by the Indianapolis Museum of                           Contemporary Art

2017 - LET ME BE, Rockelmann &, Berlin (with Fred Fleisher)

2017 - if this is as good as it gets, then I guess I am ok with that, Stuart & Co., Chicago

            (with megan Stroech)

2016 - Oh Jeffrey! (sigh, smile wide, heartbreak) VOLTA NYC, Rockelmann &

2013 - Pretending To Have It All Together Truly Is the Greatest Perversion

            ROCKELMANN &, Berlin 

2012 - A Fake Beach and the Begining of the End Installtion at Jen Bekman Gallery, New York

2011 - My Savignon Blanc Isn’t Cold Enough and Other Things I Have Yelled For Attention,

            Galerie Open by Alexandra Rockelmann, Berlin

2007 - Dracula, a Snake, and Narcissus Walk Into a Bar, Galerie Open, Berlin

2006 - Heart of Gold and Other Expensive Things, Jen Bekman Gallery, New York

Group Exhibitions

2019 - Queer As I - Curated by Dan Halm, HERE Art Center, New York   

With Artists: Jonathan Kent Adams, Marc Adelman, Mickey Aloisio, John Arsenault, Alexander Asbell, Jonathon Beaver, Matthew Bede Murphy, Chris Berntsen, Justin Vivian Bond, Vivian Chiu, Greg Climer, Andrew Criss, TM Davy, LaQuann Dawson, Shari Diamond, John Dugdale, Leah DeVun, James Falciano, Nadine Faraj, Joe Hepworth, Hannah Hiaasen, Logan Jackson, Mia Krys, Scooter LaForge, Zachari Logan, Emily Lombardo, Peter Maccaulay, John MacConnell, KC Crow Maddox, Sean Basil McGiver, Patrick McNabb, Daniel Morowitz, Cobi Moules, Ruben Natal-San Miguel, Catherine Opie, Stiofan O'Ceallaigh, Cupid Ojala, Matthew Papa, Hermes Payrhuber, Michael-Birch Pierce, Jack Pierson, Antonio Pulgarin, Ryan Pfluger, Brandon Roberts, Chad States, Richard Stauffacher, Jeffrey Teuton, Meg Turner, Rachael Warner, and Charlotte Woolf.

2017 - Abstract Communication - Curated by Dan Halm, HERE Art Center,  New York

2016 - The Future Past - Curated by Anne Surak, Central State, Indianapolis

2015 - Finders Keepers, iMOCA (Indiananpolis Museum of Contemporary Art)


2014 - PULSE Miami Beach, ROCKELMANN &

2013 - Introduction, ROCKELMANN &, Berlin

2013 - ten, Jen Bekman Gallery, New York 

2011 - LA Poem at Photo LA with Galerie-Open by Alexendra Rockelmann

2009 - GLAAD Art Auction

            8.5 × 11, Jen Bekman, New York 

2006 - Meditations in an Emergency, Jen Bekman, New York

            Our Greatest Hits, Jen Bekman, New York 

            Summer Show, Galerie-Open, Berlin

2005 - Fashion Cares, Jeffrey of Atlanta, New York 

           The Pin Up Show Redux, Jen Bekman, New York 

            Vendomat Installation project, Indianapolis Museum of Art, Indiana

2004 - The Pin Up Show, Jen Bekman, New York

2003 - Lingo, Oni Gallery, Boston | For Paris Hilton, See Gallery, Boston

2002 - Paintings, ESAD, Strasbourg, France


Tiny Town Times Issue #6, 2019

Collected Writings, 2013 

Catalog for Pretending To Have It All Together Truly Is the Greatest Perversion with essays:                   Control and Chaos Dr. Till FA Richter, 2013                                                                                       Search in the Opposite Barbara Rudiger, 2013


2016 - White Walls, Sarah McKenzie | iMOCA | Indianapolis

2014 - Keeler & Co. Presents | PULSE | NYC 

2013 - Ten | Jen Bekman Gallery | NYC

2012 - What's the Point | Jen Bekman Gallery | NYC


BFA. School of the Museum of Fine Arts, 2004