I am currently working on an installation proposal for the Atlanta Beltline and an investigation on the lives of ex-Olympic running champions penalized for doping.
I graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2020 with a BFA in Visual Art, a minor in Media Design, and a retired NCAA Cross Country and Track career. Being a pandemic grad left me with few options in the job market, and I spent my time instead volunteering at organizations like Fair Fight Action, Georgia Democrats, the Clean Tech Party, and The News Product Alliance with Open News. I am also a member of the Asian American Journalists Association (AAJA) and Ida B. Wells Society for Investigative Journalism. Here’s my resume to break things down.
Get in touch: ︎ ︎ ︎ ︎ firstname.lastname@example.org
Words by me, clips of me, & exhibitions with me:
“After Atlanta,” Tracksmith Journal, March 2021
Multiple Works, Yanjiao Biennale “Virtual Technology and the Private Sphere,” January 2021
Basement Terminal, Flat Journal Issue 2.0: HALT, November 2020
“Stamp art exhibit tackles anti-Asian racism during COVID-19 crisis,” The Diamond Back, September 2020
Multiple Works, Stamp Gallery “Not Your Model Minority,” September 2020
“CMU BFA 2020: No Tutorial,” Shanghai Future Lab, June 2020
“Senior Exhibition ‘No Tutorial’ Makes Up Its Own Rules,” CMU News, May 2020
Basement Terminal, Miller ICA “No Tutorial,” May 2020