(re)Sounding, with Angus McCullough and Adam Tinkle, Bennington Museum, Bennington VT Feb-May 2020
What the Garden Belongs To, Audio Documentary and Essay, The Nature of Cities, March 2020
What the Garden Belongs To, Audio Installation, Un/Sounding the Relational City conference, March 2020

Animate Objects: The Spirited Sculptures of Potoprens in PREE Literary Magazine February 2019
The 7C Real Deck intuitive card system, with Angus McCullough and Adam Tinkle, October 2019
After the Tone, with Angus McCullough and Adam Tinkle, Lake George Arts Project, Lake George NY, Aug-October 2019

Radyo Vagabondo with Richard Fleming, at Manifesta, Palermo Italy June 2018
Rhythm Book at the Troy Art Book Fair, Border Patrol Table, May 2018
Rhythm Book, published with Christopher Kardambikis, Washington DC May 2018
Request Line, Seven Count, Album released September 2018

Tanbou Maps, Ghetto Biennale, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti December 2017
Invitation zine and Soundtrack from the Stereo Clock self-published by Seven Count, October 2017
Healed by the Beat published in Pioneer Works Journal, October 2017
Request Line, at Buoy Gallery, Kittery, ME, August 2017
Resident, IdeasCity Arles, FR, June 2017
Invitation at Border Patrol, Portland, Maine, June 2017
Seven Count with Angus McCullough and Adam Tinkle
The Sanford-Johnson Trail, forthcoming with Rough Beast

The Ends with Ken Edelson
Greece photographs
Resident, Ideas City, Athens Greece, September 2016
Institue Fellow, Storyteller's Institute, Skidmore College, June 2016

Haiti photographs
Rocky Road (ongoing)
DING at Outpost Artist Resources
Radyo Shak voted 2nd Prize, 2015 Ghetto Biennale, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Radyo Shak at the 2015 Ghetto Biennale, Port-Au-Prince, Haiti
Radio Station Manager for Clocktower Radio
Eastern Europe photographs
Two drawings from The Cave exhibited at Studio Place Arts, Barre, Vermont, June 21st-July 8th.
In concert with the Adam Tinkle Mystic Civic Participation Group
Expandable Sound launched on Clocktower Radio with guitar activist James Blood Ulmer
A drawing from The Cave exhibited in Beg, Borrow, or Steal, Pioneer Works, March 31st
Just the Facts and Pass the Bucket, now broadcasting on Clocktower Radio.
In conversation with Eliza Stamps for the Fear Suit #2 exhibition at Window at 125.
The Cave

In conversation with Austin Furtak-Cole for his opening of The Descenders at the Window at 125, 12/3
Radio Projects Coordinator for Clocktower.org
Ecstatic Ensemble: Original Music and The Birth of the AACM published in INTERCOURSE Magazine Issue #3, with Catherine Despont
Fear Suit #2 Exhibited at The Window At 125 Nov. 1-14
Suspicious Language
The Sanford-Johnson Trail
Interview with Bill Frisell for Expandable Sound published on The Logger.
Field Guide: Solo Exhibition at Vermont Studio Center Gallery 2, 7/20-8/15
SIGHTSEEING tour video for the Vermont Studio Center Tumblr
Just The Facts + Pass the Bucket radio show, Tuesdays 10pm-12am EST on WJSC

Interview with Pheeroan akLaff for Expandable Sound published on Destination:Out
Interview with Oliver Lake for Expandable Sound published on Do The Math
Expandable Sound documentary project founded with Alex Lewis
Vermont Studio Center Audio Archive
Staff Artist through August 2014 at Vermont Studio Center
The Early premiere Universal Leader at Lincoln Center, with filmmaker Zack Davis, covered by End Hits and Experimental Portland

Hong Kong
New York City Apocalypse Dream
Badlands hangs it up
On tour with Port St. Willow and The Antlers
Project Manager at The Bosco
RAKE on East Coast Tour
Ben Seretan + The Early live at Shea Stadium
East Coast Tour with Ben Seretan + The Early
Manmade Computer Safe exhibited at VSC
Artist Residency at Vermont Studio Center
RAKE release Wolf Stories LP
Beyond the Realm of Reason promo video for Sharpeye
The Early release In Korea single
Reptile House video and audio collaboration with Alex Lewis
The Early live-score Universal Leader, covered by Eleven Magazine
Hip Hatchet releases Joy And Better Days
The Early and Ben Seretan release In Two on vinyl. Covered by YVYNYL and Experimental Portland
Performance with Raf Spielman and Jackson Bihler at Mini Event

The Shade artists-in-residence at Badlands
The Early releases tape split with Like A Villain on Friends for Life Records
Video for Hip Hatchet's Coward's Luck EP
"What Does Your Lawn Say About You," published in The Good Men Project, September Issue
"In Texas, Some Bands Know Foss Hill On Sight," published in Wesleyan Magazine, August Issue
Founded Badlands venue and recording studio with Alex Lewis and Tim Shrout
Performance on Balto October's Road

Cross-country photos
Self-Publishes and exhibits Growing Out, senior thesis in Anthropology and Photography at Wesleyan University
The Early releases Liberty Sessions
The Shade releases Science Will EP