Creator of the EXPOSURE project funded by a grant with the purpose of creating a model photography curriculum in collaboration with the University of Cincinnati impacting the future. The genesis of EXPOSURE was a local, national and international photo outreach for at orphaned and abandoned children in collaboration with UC students. Students traveled to Costa Rica, Africa, Mexico, Los Angeles and Cincinnati teaching children photography skills in exchange for their story. A professional internship between Cincinnati Country Day School and the University of Cincinnati was established. In addition to the photo outreach a visiting artist series was established. EXPOSURE produced three publications documenting the project.
Co-founder of FOCUS: An American Teenage Vision. A ten school photography project recognized nationally for curriculum innovation by NAIS (National Association of Independent Schools). FOCUS gained local and national attention. Mary Ellen Mark and Chris Rainier were guest mentors of the three year project. Cincinnati Country Day School hosted FOCUS which culminated in a student curated exhibition at the Cincinnati Contemporary Art Center.
Instrumental in the creation of first art gallery at Cincinnati Country Day School. The gallery has state of the art lighting and large display areas. The gallery will host the work of visiting artists as well as student work.