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EDUCATION

Honors BFA in Applied Visual Arts (graphic design), Visual Arts minor
Oregon State University, 2011

EXPERIENCE

Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian
Public Relations and Web Coordinator (full-time December 2014 present)
Web Sales and Technical Associate (part-time January 29, 2014 December 2014)

Neebin Studios
Freelance creative work (current)

SWAIA Santa Fe Indian Market
Summer PR/Marketing Intern (

Oregon State University Diversity Development
Lonnie B. Harris Black Cultural Center
Publications Coordinator (Native American Longhouse
Publications Coordinator (

WRITING

  • “The art of family: generations of Growing Thunders,” Santa Fean’s Native Arts magazine, August/September 2016, page 68.
  • “Jeri Ah-be-hill: a lasting influence,” Santa Fean’s Native Arts magazine, August/September 2016, page 58
  • “Exploring Native Design: Eunique Yazzie: Design in the Community,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 11, Summer 2016.
  • “Exploring Native Design: Not Another Mascot Article,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 10, Spring 2016.
  • “Angel DeCora,” 2016 AIGA Design Journeys. short article: http://www.aiga.org/diversity-inclusion-design-journeys-essay-angel-decora full article: http://www.neebin.com/nativedesign/?p=426
  • “Exploring Native Design: Rico Worl”, First American Art Magazine, issue no. 9, Winter 2015/2016.
  • “Exploring Native Design: Chad Earles: Caddo Visual Communicator,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 7, Summer 2015.
  • “Exploring Native Design: Publications Professional: Deborah Villa,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 5, Winter 2014.
  • “Exploring Native Design: The Making of a Designer: Mark Rutledge,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 4, Fall 2014.
  • “Exploring Native Design: Perspectives from Ryan Red Corn,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 3, Summer 2014.
  • “Biskakone Greg Johnson, Lac du Flambeau Chippewa Interdisciplinary Artist,” First American Art Magazine, Issue No. 3, Summer 2014
  • “Exploring Native Design: Design in Academic Settings,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 2, Spring 2014.
  • “Exploring Native Graphic Design: Activism & Design,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 1, Fall 2013.
  • “Exploring Native Design,” First American Art Magazine, issue no. 0 (pilot issue), Spring 2013.
  • “Colorful regalia & sizzling fashion,” Santa Fe New Mexican’s 2014 Indian Market magazine, 38.
  • “Theresa Secord: Baskets full of hope,” Santa Fe New Mexican’s 2014 Indian Market magazine, 95-96.
  • “Patrick Dean Hubbell: What drives a rising star?” Santa Fe New Mexican’s 2014 Indian Market magazine, 98-100.
  • “Frederica V. Antonia: An eye for detail,” Santa Fe New Mexican’s 2014 Indian Market magazine, 102-103.
  • Review of catalogue, Blizzard: Emerging Northern Artists, by Candice Hopkins and Tania Willard, Grunt Gallery, First American Art Magazine, issue no. 1, Fall 2013.

RESIDENCY, INVOLVEMENTS, ETC.

  • Winter 2017 Nigig Visiting Artist in Residence, through the Indigenous Visual Culture and the Faculty of Design departments, OCAD University, Toronto, Ontario. February-March 2017.
  • Long-distance participant in “Respectful Design: Decolonization as an Urgent Imperative,” Culture and Criticism Symposium, AIGA Conference (in video and streamed in google hangouts for the Q&A portion). Tuesday, October 18, 2016.
  • Panelist presentation “Norval Morrisseau: Colors of Healing, Power, and Pride,” Super-Saturated: Four Perspectives on the Power of Color In Native American Art, Lloyd Kiva New Centennial Convocation, Institute of American Indian Arts, October 28, 2016
  • Created bodypaint work for the opening video for Body of Art, a performance by the Mendocino College Repertory Dance Company, Mendocino College Center for Visual & Performing Arts. November 18-20, 2011
  • UHC Exceptional Poster Awardee, annual UHC Thesis Fair, University Honors College, Oregon State University.

SHOWS

  • Performer in the Bust! 2017 Circus Showcase, Wise Fool New Mexico Studio. June 30 & July 1, 2017.
  • Cup Group Showing, “to shape like a cup,” Roxanne Swentzell Tower Gallery, Pojoaque, NM. Opening night December 6, 2013.
  • Inner Demons V, group art show at Ahalenia Studios in Santa Fe, NM. October 2013.
  • Inner Demons IV, group art show at Ahalenia Studios in Santa Fe, NM, Friday October 26 – November 2, 2012.
  • “Phases” for the Leap Year Launch Party of the Makers’ Space at the Majestic Theatre.
  • “Waabooz” in The Annual Ruth and Jim Howland Community Open Exhibition 2012, The Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon
  • “Dream Vortex” in “Portals,” Winter Show & Silent Auction 2011 at the Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon
  • “The Bodypaint Book,” Art Senior Show at Fairbanks Art Gallery 2011
  • Photograph “The Only Good Indian is a Dead Indian (It’s Personal)” in Prism Magazine, Spring 2011
  • “Neebinnaukzhik, Mixed Ojibway Woman” in Prism Magazine, Fall 2010
  • The Annual Ruth and Jim Howland Community OPEN Exhibition 2009-2011, The Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon
  • Participant in Back to Basics: Celebrating Women’s Stories and Women’s Lives. Memorial Union Concourse Gallery. February 1-March 2, 2008
  • Winner in the 14-18 age category with “Homage to Andy Goldsworthy,” Ruth and Jim Howland Community Open 2008, The Arts Center, Corvallis, Oregon
  • Duo art show with Laurel Thompson at SunnySide Up Cafe, January 2008
  • Participant in Sunnyside Up Homeschool Art Show (April 2007), mentioned in Corvallis Gazette-Times

PUBLISHED PHOTOS (editorial; not including ads)

  • Photo of Orlando Dugi, American Craft magazine, 2016
  • Photo of Ken William’s beadwork pieces in “Beading Tradition,” by Jessica R. Metcalfe, Cowboys and Indians, August 14, 2016
  • Photo of Angie Reano Owen in “Splendid Spondylus: The ensuing allure of the spiny oyster,” 2016 Santa Fe New Mexican Indian Market guide, page 64.
  • Photos of Eveli Sabatie’s jewelry for the Wheelwright Museum in “Between Worlds: Algerian-born jeweler blends North African, Hopi techniques,” by Kathaleen Roberts. Albuquerque Journal, August 28, 2016.
  • Photos of t-necklace by Daisy Johnson (White Mountain Apache) for the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, American Indian Art Magazine, Autumn 2014, pg 48.
  • Portrait of Frederica in “Frederica V. Antonia: An eye for detail,” Santa Fe New Mexican’s 2014 Indian Market magazine, page 102
  • Photo in “Expanding on tradition: Wheelwright Museum activities offer exciting prelude to market.” Santa Fe New Mexican’s 2014 Indian Market magazine, pgs 110-111.
  • Art photos The Serpent III and The Raven in As/Us: A Space for Women of the World, Issue 3, 2014.
  • Photos of America and Naomi Bebo in “Joining the collective conversation: Two new magazines for and about Native artists make their debut” by Ungelbah Dávila, Santa Fe New Mexican 2013 Indian Market magazine
  • Photos of Jerry Ingram’s work in “Stitches in Time: The Rebirth of Southeastern Woodlands Beadwork,” First American Art, Issue no. 1, Fall 2013
  • Photo of group F.O.B. in “Hip Hop Icons Bone Thugs-N-Harmony with Corvallis’ Own F.O.B. at Impulse Nightclub” by Johnny Beaver, Corvallis Advocate, February 14, 2013

PRESS/MENTIONS