M.A. Art Business, Sotheby's Institute of Art
B.A. Art History, Loyola University Maryland
Always interested in the arts, the normal degree in Finance was never going to work for me. Originally architecture seemed to be the best move to combine my interest in design/art with a "respectable" career. It wasn't until I took my first art history course in college that I realized there was so much more to art than the image. Being able to see history through the lens of the artist, instead of the masters of the textbook, was something that changed my life. Since that point I have devoted my time to helping artists express themselves in an age of technology and uncertainty. With an understanding of both art and its business, I plan to continue my search for the most effective ways to keep the industry and the artist healthy.