NOVEMBER, 2009—Busboys & Poets, "The Lost Children", Washington DC, group show.

SEPTEMBER, 2008—Aroma, Cleveland Park, Washington DC, 24 works, solo show.

MAY, 2008—Artomatic, Washington, DC, annual 400-artist event.

APRIL, 2008—Washington, DC, annual Open Studios event at 52 O Street Studios in Washington DC.

FEBRUARY, 2008—Warehouse Arts Complex Group Show, Washington, DC, three works accepted for a "Peace Now!" theme. Molly Ruppert, curator.

FEBRUARY, 2008—Greenheart Group Show, Washington, DC, one night art slam held at Lofts 11. Nineteen artists..

SEPTEMBER, 2007—Antagonist Movement, New York City, NY, one night art slam. Six paintings and postcards sets for sale. A few pictures here.

AUGUST, 2007—American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore, MD, entered AVAM Sideshow with sale of bundled art packs in an exclusive set of 16 postcards in each pack. Cards will be sold in Baltimore and California shops.

APRIL-MAY, 2007—Artomatic, Washington, DC, although the 2007, 400-artist event held at Old Patent Office in Arlington, VA.

APRIL, 2007—Washington, DC, annual Open Studios event at 52 O Street Studios in Washington DC.

JULY, 2006—Wheeling, WV, interviewed by CBS affiliate WRTF local Channel 7 news anchor Leigh Ann Towne for her weekly "Everybody's Got A Story" human interest feature. (aired video clip available soon).

MAY-JUNE, 2006—THE WAILING WALL, solo work, 80 foot long wall mural, eleven feet tall at Yesterday's Draught House & Stage in Wheeling, WV.

FEBRUARY, 2006—Washington, DC. The Rayburn House Office Building, redux of the Egyptian AISG, this one day show sponsored by the Egyptian Embassy, February 15.

FEBRUARY, 2006—Georgetown's MOCA DC, one man show in the Annex, titled IGNORANCE & VIRTUE SUCK (ON THE SAME STRAW), running from February 3-24.

SEPTEMBER 2005—Georgetown's MOCA DC, over seventy acrylic paintings & stylized prints headlined the two man show called CONJUGATIONS, running from September 2-30. Read more here or jump straight to the show Snaps & Caps.

SEPTEMBER 2005—Los Angeles Center For Digital Art (LACDA), two "integrated pastel" portraits displayed in the SNAP TO GRID group show from September 8 - October 1.

SEPTEMBER 2005—eight pieces toured Egypt in a juried International Artists Support Group (IASG)-sponsored group exhibition from September 15 to October 15, 2005 with curator, Nabil Makar. This exhibition in Egypt had three destinations: Cairo, Luxor, and Aswan.