Born 1970 Baltimore, MD



2005 M.F.A., Bard College

1991 B.A., Drew University


Solo Exhibitions

2009 Interior Dimensions, Jersey City Museum, NJ

2001 Rose Memorial Library, Drew University


Group Exhibitions

2010 Capture: 50 Photographic Artists, Maine Museum of Photographic Arts, Falmouth, ME

2009 Image/Project, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

2009 Geomorphics, Nave Gallery, Somerville, MA

2009 Communications, Elder Street Gallery, Houston, TX

2008 Spectacle Spectacular, Light Industry, Brooklyn, NY curated by Ben Coonley and Michael Smith

2008 Post-Petroleum: Envisioning the Future of Suburban Space in America, Sheppard Fine Arts Gallery, Reno, NV

2008 It's Not Easy, Exit Art, New York, NY

2008 Building, Dwelling, Thinking, Laura Bartlett Gallery, London

2008 SPRAWL, Jersey City Museum, New Jersey

2006 The Studio Visit, Exit Art, New York, NY

2006 April is the Cruelist Month, The Garage, Jersey City, NJ

2005 Greater New York, P.S.1 Contemporary, Queens, NY

2004 Art + Commerce Festival of Emerging Photographers, New York, NY

2004 The Warm Weather is Holding, MFA Thesis show, Red Hook, NY

2003 Fragrance in Art, Proposition Gallery, New York

2002 Landscape II, Period Gallery, Omaha, Nebraska

2002 National Juried Exhibition, Phoenix Gallery, New York

2000 Electronics Alive, Scarfone/Hartley Galleries, Tampa, Florida

2000 The London Contemporary Art Fair

1999 The London Contemporary Art Fair

1998 Assistants Show, Brooklyn, NY


Affiliations & Artist Files

Pierogi Gallery: Flat Files, Brooklyn, NY

Jen Bekman/20x200: Represents Selected Images


Adjunct Lecturer of Art, Department of Art, Drew University, Madison, NJ (Fall 2002-2008)

Adjunct Lecturer, Department of Art, Lehman College, CUNY, New York (Fall 2005)




Greater New York 2005, Catalog PS1 Contemporary Art Center, July 2005, ed. Alanna Heiss, Klaus Biesenbach, Glenn D. Lowry

DPICT (June/July 2000) "Natural's Not In It – The Conservational Pictures of Jason Burch" by John Slyce

American Photo (July/August 1995) "Century 21: The Next Generation"