A LAWYER WHO IS ALSO AN EMERGING ARTIST
Education: J.D., Stanford Law School, 1999. Moot Court, Stanford Law Review. B.A., University of Pennsylvania, 1994.
Bar Admissions: California, 1999; Washington, D.C., 2001; Maine, 2009.
Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP. San Francisco Office, 2006-2009. Associate attorney, litigation and appellate groups. Intellectual property, civil and criminal antitrust (price-fixing and bid-rigging), complex commercial litigation, appeals.
Crowell & Moring LLP, Washington D.C. Office, 2000-2004. Associate attorney, litigation and antitrust groups. Intellectual property, antitrust, appeals, first amendment and constitutional law.
United States Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, Philadelphia, 2004-2006. Judicial law clerk to the Honorable Franklin S. Van Antwerpen. Intellectual property, first amendment and constitutional law, privacy law, defamation, contract and economic harm (business tort) law.
Maine Judicial Branch, Portland. Paneled mediator, 2009-2013. Served as mediator of 200 small commercial disputes and lawsuits.
Emerging artist: Text-based oil paintings, conceptual art, text-based installations, and New Genres performance artist, 2013-present.
Works are in U.S. and international private collections and U.S. corporate collections, through direct sales, online gallery sales, and work with a Manhattan art consultancy.
2018 — invited to create a special installation with video and performance art at a New York art fair (this Nov); 2017 juried art fair exhibitions in New York, London, and New York.
New Genres performance works, with video, executed in New York and London.
Oversized text-based oils sell in the low five figures (early 2018) to established collectors.