Teaching has been an important part of my practice since 2002.  Currently, I teach Digital Video, Performance, and Critique (both undergraduate and graduate) at UC Santa Barbara.  I also teach Performance at ArtCenter.  At UC Irvine, I taught art theory and history, and developed a new course in Performance and Digital Media.

My areas of specialization include: Video Art, Performance, Installation, Time-Based Work in Contemporary Art, Critical Theories of the 20th Century Avant Garde, Feminist Theory, Experimental Theater, Dance

Teaching History

2016-Present Department of Fine Art, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena, CA.
Co-created syllabus and taught Performance (Fall ’16).

2013-Present Department of Art, University of California, Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA. Lecturer.
Created syllabus for and taught Introduction to and Intermediate Digital Video (Fall ’13, Fall ’14, Winter ‘15, Winter ’16, Fall ’16, Winter ’17), a combined studio production/art history survey course.  Taught Honors Undergraduate Seminar (Winter ’15, Spring ’16).  Teaching Graduate Critique (Winter ’17).

2011-12 Department of Studio Art, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA. Instructor of Record.
Created syllabi for and taught Performance & Digital Media (Winter ‘12), Introduction to Visual Culture (Spring ‘11)

2009-10 Department of Studio Art, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA. Teaching Assistant.
Introduction to Sculpture (Fall ‘11), Introduction to Visual Culture (Fall ‘10), Theories of the Avant Garde and 20th Century Film (Spring ‘10), Theories of Masculinity & Gender (Winter ‘10).

2009 University of San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. Directing and Teaching Consultant.
Served as Artistic Mentor and Director for Thesis Projects in the USF Performing Arts and Social Justice Department. Worked with students of diverse skill levels on research-based, community-based projects in the Tenderloin.