Outside Funding of Research (2018-2023)


Artist Fellowship, Black Cube

18-month fellowship that provides project funding and production support staff to complete an ambitious, new, site-specific artwork. An international roster of fellows are onboarded annually through an invitational process.

Downtown Arts Recovery Grant, Downtown Seattle Association/Municipal Improvement District in partnership with the Seattle Office of Arts & Culture

Grant funding to produce a site-specific, multimedia performance event at Freeway Park in Seattle, Washington.


New Media Gallery Residency, Jack Straw Cultural Center

Residency provides project funding, exhibition in New Media Gallery, 20 hours of production time with an audio engineer and use of Jack Straw Cultural Center’s recording studio and equipment.


Mellon Faculty Fellowship, Mellon Foundation/University of Washington

Funding to support research and invitation to present works-in-progress with other fellows during bi-quarterly forums convened by Michelle Witt, Executive and Artistic Director of Meany Center for the Performing Arts.


Public Art Commission, Office of Arts & Culture in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities

Commission to produce WINE DARK SEE alongside the waterfront on the Burke-Gilman Trail in Seattle, Washington.

Artist Residency, Internet Archive

Project funding and end-of-residency exhibition at Ever Gold [Projects], San Francisco, California.

Artist Residency, Lightsource

Fine Art digital print shop provided materials, equipment, and studio, printing technician support to produce a new body of work during the month of residency. Concluded with an exhibition of works created during the residency.

Public Art Commission, SANArts

Commission to produce Not Seeing is a Flower at the San Diego International Airport, San Diego, CA.