I'VE ALWAYS LOVED ART.
When my parents and grandparents would take me to art museums as a kid, I would frantically scribble all of my favorite pieces and artists in a mini notebook, determined not to forget a single treasure. Despite this early excitement about art, I didn't take my first art history class until my freshman year at Williams College -- after that, I was hooked.
I'm excited and curious about any and all kinds of art: street performers, biodegradable sculptures, photo collages, land installations, Brutalist architecture, modern furniture design, blown glass, video art -- you name it, I'm into it. At Williams and Sotheby's, I've focused on my passion for the Abstract Expressionist and Minimalist movements of the 1940's, 50's, and 60's. Helen Frankenthaler, Donald Judd, Mark Rothko, Joan Mitchell, Franz Kline, Dan Flavin, and Cy Twombly are among my favorite artists.
After spending a year in the Sotheby's Training Program, I joined the Contemporary Evening sale team as an associate cataloguer. Before joining Sotheby’s, I had the pleasure of working at Christie’s, Turner Carroll Gallery, the Williams College Museum of Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Lannan Foundation, and in the archives of Thomas Krens (the former director of the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum). Additionally, I’ve managed numerous social media accounts, including those for the popular student-run NESCAC blog, In the Cac. I graduated in May of 2015 from Williams College with a double major in English and Art History.