About

I was born in Seoul, Korea and moved to New York as a young child to join my father who was a shipping executive. After college in New England, I have been living mostly in Europe with periods of international travel and work in New York.

The excitement and tensions of living in my “third culture” also led me to seek out the common denominator of the human experience. This yearning to identify the primal aspects of mankind and our struggle to adapt to ever-changing surroundings became my focus of interest.

Education:

Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, USA
Harvard University (exchange program), USA
Universität Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany

Exhibitions

1994-98 Group Exhibitions, Amerikahaus, Berlin, Germany
1994 Solo Exhibition, Ministry of Science and Research, Magdeburg, Germany
1997 Solo Exhibition, Ludmilla Baczynsky Gallery, New York, New York, USA
2014 Group Exhibition, Open Studio, Kulturamt Steglitz-Zehlendorf, Berlin, Germany
2014 Group Exhibition, Tag des Offenen Denkmals, Berlin, Germany
2015 Fridge Art Fair, New York, New York, USA, invited exhibitor
2015 GroupExhibition, Gallery 128 Rivington, New York, New York, USA

Others:

2007-2013 Head of Department of Art, Secondary Level Art Teacher, International School Villa Amalienhof, Berlin, Germany,
2009 Cambridge University Exam Board (CIE) certified IGCSE/ A-Level Art & Design Coursework Exam Assessor
2009 Domino Aktion: Art Project in commemoration of twenty year anniversary of Fall of the Berlin Wall, Brandenburger Gate, Berlin, Germany
2010 One Person Jury for Art Competition, Embassy of Bangladesh, Berlin, Germany
2011 Guggenheim Lab, Berlin, Germany, led workshop and co-produced “This City Life – Through the eyes of children”