1991 B.A. English Literature, Davidson College, Davidson, North Carolina
1992-1993 Studied Sculpture and Ceramics at University of North Carolina, Charlotte
1993-1995 Studied Sculpture and Ceramics at The Massachusetts College of Art
1996-1997 Lead the physical restoration phase of pre-Colombian pottery collection,
Albuquerque, New Mexico
1997-1999 Studied Japanese-style porcelain of Arita, Japan
1999-present Working as a Sculptor in New Mexico
2010 A New Leaf Gallery|Sculpturesite, Sonoma, CA.
2008 A New Leaf Gallery|Sculpturesite, Sonoma, CA.
2005 “Abstractions in Stone and Oil”, two-person show, The Factory on Fifth,
2005 Group show, “7 New Mexico Sculptors”, Albuquerque, NM.
2004 Robert Roman Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ.
2004 Christin Wolf Gallery, Albuquerque, NM.
2003 The Scottsdale Airpark, Scottsdale, AZ.
2001 Santa Fe Community College juried show.
2000 Weyrich Gallery, Albuquerque, NM.
1996 Solo exhibition ASA Gallery, Albuquerque, NM, “The Figure Pre-figured”
1994 Kennedy Gallery, MassArt, Boston MA.
1993 Rowe Arts Gallery, UNC, Charlotte, NC
2011 Filmed interview with the Peabody Opera House, St Louis, MO, June 11, 2011 view at: monuments in process
2011 CBS St Louis coverage of Installation day, September 8, 2011 view at: installation
2010-2011 Finalist, New Mexico Public Art Purchase Initiative
2009-2010 Finalist, New Mexico Art in Public Places Acclaimed Artists Series
2009 The Davidson Journal, Volume 38, Fall; “Form and Content,” pp. 56-57.
2007 Sculptural Pursuit Magazine Industry Award for sculpture “Euclidean Variation No. 2”
2005 Finalist New Mexico Public Art Purchase Initiative
2005 The Albuquerque Journal July 3.
2005 The Weekly Alibi (article/review) July 7-13.
Private and Public Collections
Jeff’s sculpture can be found in private collections throughout the United States.
2011 Monumental commission for The Peabody Opera House, St Louis, Missouri
2011 New Mexico Only Purchase Initiative, Bloomfield, New Mexico
2010 Bank of America Collection, Boston, MA.
2008 Installation of monumental work, “After the Iban”, Tokyo, Japan