2003-2005 University of Denver, MFA in eMAD (electronic media arts design)
1999-2002 MA from UTEP in Interdisciplinary Studies (Masters of Art in Interdisciplinar Studies)
1993-1999 BA from UTEP in Psychology with Honors and minors in Anthropology and Film Studies

2004-2005 GTA for Introduction to Visual Meaning or Semiotics. Will teach the winter and spring sections.
2002-2003 Math teacher at the El Paso Bridges Academy. This is a private school for children with learning disabilities.
2001-2002 Teacher’s Assitant for Modern Art history courses. Maintaned the website and made slides.
2001-2002 Co-taught a class with Marco Ortega over the Art of Ancient Mexico from the Olmec to the Aztec sponsored by the Center for Lifelong Learning at UTEP.
1999-2001 Teacher’s Assistant for two years for experimental and modular course concerning theoretical and global issues of the Western Hemisphere.
1999-1999 Employed by UTEP Special Collections in a project to database the library art collection.
1999-1999 Served as a tutor in Ancient Mexico class as an assistant in deciphering Mayan Hieroglyphs.

2004 Cable Center in Denver, Colorado, part of rotating artist exhibit, digital video piece “fragments”
2001 UTEP Student Film Festival 2001, Documentary Award
2001 The First Chamizal Independent Film Festival August 1 - 5, 2001 showed original short documentary on architecture

Working with Sweat: Programmer and Concept Design on Crosser
2004 ISIMD Istanbul, Turkey 2004 hosted by Ytedepe University
2004 Images appeared on Jan/Feb 2004 issue of I.D. Magazine under Rafael Fajardo
2003 Article on Buzzcut.com, September 18 2003
2003 The Learning Games Initiative 2003 University of Arizona, Tucson
2003 International Film Festival Rotterdam 2003
2004 Currently working with Matt Jenkins: Conceptual Design, Videographer and Editor on The Corporate Calavera Project 2004

2004 Society for American Archeology annual meeting Montreal, Canada
2001 Society for American Archeology annual meeting New Orleans, Louisiana Grants
2001 $650 from the Graduate School at UTEP, the UTEP Student Government, the Center for Interamerican and Border Studies, the Art Department, and Ford Foundation
2000 $600 award grant from the Center for Interamerican and Border Studies at UTEP and Ford Foundation

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