Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY, and Baltimore, MD
- Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, class of 2011
- 2010 Maxwell Colette Gallery, Chicago
- Pawnworks, Chicago
- Jonathan LeVine Gallery, NYCGaia: New Works, Irvine Contemporary, June-July
- Gaia: Reinvention of Nature, Gallery Heist, San Francisco, May
- 2009 Street/Studio, Irvine Contemporary, Washington DC, Jun-July
- From the Streets of Brooklyn, Thinkspace, Los Angeles, Jan-Feb
- 2008 Poets of Paste, Ad Hoc Art, New York, Jun-July
- The Big Issue, Black Rat Press, London, Aug-Sep
- Corked, Urban Angel Gallery, London, Sep-Oct
- Dark Pop, Last Rites Gallery, New York, Sep-Oct
- Raw Skies, Carmichael, Los Angeles, Oct-Nov
- Power and Currency, Factory Fresh Gallery, Nov-Dec
- Block Party, Ad Hoc Art, New York, Dec-Jan
- 2007 Group Show, Ad Hoc Art, New York, Jun-July
- Print Editions
- 2009 Paperworks Laboratories – Los Angeles
- Irvine Contemporary, edition in collaboration with Pyramid Atlantic
- 2008 Ad Hoc Art – New York
- Prescription Art - London
- Lint NYC – New York
Bibliography, Press and Media
- Beyond the Street, The 100 Leading Figures in Urban Art, Patrick Nguyen and Stuart Mackenzie, eds. Berlin: Die Gestalten Verlag, 2010.
- Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson, “Letter from Baltimore: Street Art Arrives,” Metropolis Magazine, May, 26, 2010.
- Untitled II, The Beautiful Renaissance: Street Art and Graffiti, ed. Gary Shove. Durham, UK: Pro-Actif Communications, 2009.
- New York Times, March 9. “To the Trained Eye, Museum Pieces Lurk Everywhere” Seth Kugel, 2008.
- Untitled: Street Art in the Counter Culture. Gary Shove. Durham, UK: Pro-Active Communications, 2008.
- Brooklyn Street Art, Jaime Rojo and Steven Harrington. New York: Prestel, 2008.
- Gaia’s Juxtapoz blog: http://www.juxtapoz.com/92-Gaia/
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