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  • 2020: “Mouth & Toes: The World of 19th Century (Performative) Silhouette  Artists with Disabilities” an animated hybrid book based on Martha Anne Honeywell, to be completed through a Creative and Performing Artist / Writer Fellowship at the American Antiquarian Society. (upcoming)
  • 2020: “The Person You (Don’t) Want To Be” is a personality swatch book containing short loopable animations accessible through a companion augmented reality (AR) app. (upcoming)
  • 2020: “21st Century Nursery Rhymes” a pop-up and animated collection of the nursery rhymes of childhood adapted for our times. (upcoming)
  • 2020: “There was an Old Lady (Who Swallowed A Fly): a paper lantern adaptation of the children’s song with a few adaptations for the times. (upcoming)
  • 2019: “Portable Reusable Inflatable Paper Votive Kit for Meditation on the Seven Virtues” a paper kit for contemplation.
  • 2018:  The Struwwelpeter and More Morbid Pop-Up Tales (A single volume pop-up book complete with scroll, printable papercraft activities, and animations based on the Struwwelpeter by Heinrich Hoffman. The Kickstarter reached 116% of its goal at $46,527. Spring 2018.)
  • 2018 Our Hysterectomies (An eBook containing the illustrated first-person accounts of 16 women who have had hysterectomies, oophorectomies, myomectomies and more. The downloadable book contains animation, as well as printable DIY papercraft with all proceeds going to women’s reproductive health organizations. Fall 2018.)


  • 2020 Comics & Technology. Presentation: “Sharing Secrets: Our Hysterectomies”, Henderson State University, Arkadelphia, Arkansas (Presentation accepted/declined due to COVID-19)
  • 2020 Graphic Medicine. Presentation: “Mouth & Toes: The World of 19th Century (Performative) Silhouette Artists with Disabilities”, Toronto Canada (Presentation accepted / Conference canceled due to COVID-19)
  • 2020 British Society of Aesthetics Conference: Art, Aesthetics and the Medical/Health Humanities. Presentation: “Sharing Secrets: Our Hysterectomies”, University of Kent, Canterbury, UK
  • 2019 The Examined Life Conference at the University of Iowa College of Medicine. Exhibition: “Our Hysterectomies Project”, Iowa City IA
  • 2019 Queerying Graphic Medicine: Paradigms, Power, and Practices. Presentation: “Instagram and the Birth of Our Hysterectomies”, Brighton UK


  • 2019 “Inside the Margins”, NYU Langone Health, LITMED: Literature & Arts Medicine Magazine
  • 2019 “The Breath Series”, Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Spring 2019
  • 2019 “Fairy Tales & the Necessity of Discomfort”, Adjacent Journal, Issue 5 “Reality?”  IMA/ITP/Tisch/NYU


  • 2020 Embodied Histories, University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics, Project Art, Medical Museum, Iowa City IA
  • 2020 Northwest Arts Center’s Americas 2020: Paperworks, Northwest Arts Center, Minot State University, ND 
  • 2020 College Book Art Association, Woldenberg Art Center, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA
  • 2019 International Art of the Book, Rochester Public Library (Rochester, NY) 
  • 2019 Variations of the Artist Book (Philadelphia Center for the Book,  Philadelphia City Hall, PA)
  • 2019 Der Struwwelpeter (LUDWIGGALERIE Schloss Oberhausen, Germany)
  • 2019 pa*per (Paradigm Gallery & Studio, Philadelphia, PA)
  • 2019 Women Forward, Part 2: Innovative Women (WAH Center, Brooklyn NY)
  • 2017 Structure Unbound (Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton OH)
  • 2016 Ornament (Central Booking Art Space, New York, NY)
  • 2016 Technology and the Evolution of the Book (Phoenix Gallery, Brighton, UK)
  • 2015 Hi-Tech Lo-Tech (Central Booking Art Space, New York, NY)
  • 2014 Book Art Art Book (Crawford Center Campus Gallery, Episcopal Academy, Newton Square, PA)
  • 2014 Kick (Gallery HO, New York, NY)
  • 2014 Exchange (Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts Gallery51, North Adams, MA)
  • 2012 CURIOSITY – a site-specific collaboration of Ephraim & Sadie Hatfield (Mass MoCA, Kidspace, North Adams, MA)
  • 2012 10Spot (Lichtenstein Art Center, Pittsfield MA)
  • 2010 -2011 Struwwelpeter: Contemporary Hand-Made Books (Mid-Manhattan Public Library, New York NY) Solo exhibition
  • 2010 Trifold Book Exhibition (WAH Center, Brooklyn, NY)
  • 2010 Pop-Up Now (23Sandy Gallery, Portland, OR)


  • 2011 Everything Must Go! – a collaboration of Ephraim & Sadie Hatfield produced by Greylock Arts (DownStreet Art, North Adams, MA)
  • 2011 The Illustrated Accordion (The Kalamazoo Book Arts Center, Kalamazoo MI)
  • 2010 -2011 Ada’s Shop – a site-specific window installation, collaboration with Matthew Belanger (Mid-Manhattan Public Library, New York NY)
  • 2010 Not For Sale – a collaboration of Ephraim & Sadie Hatfield produced by Greylock Arts (DownStreet Art, North Adams, MA


  • 2016 “Movable Book Artists Who Move Me: A Survey of Contemporary Pop-up Artists’ Books”, Kyle Olmon, Parenthesis issue 31; The Journal of the Fine Press Book Association
  • 2016 “Telling Stories with 21st Century Pop-Ups”, Gareth Branwyn, MAKE Magazine
  • 2015 “Something Old, Something New: An Exhibition Weds Technologies of Yesterday and Today”, Melissa Stern, Hyperallergic


  • Berlin Children’s Library
  • Berlin Public Library
  • Boston Public Library
  • British Library, San Francisco
  • The Cooper-Hewitt Museum Library
  • Philadelphia Free Library Print and Picture Collection
  • The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • Savannah College of Art & Design
  • School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University
  • Struwwelpeter Museum
  • Swarthmore University
  • Temple University,
  • Yuko Nii Foundation Permanent Collection
  • Numerous Private Collections
  • Our Hysterectomies is currently available:
    • Maine Women Writers Collection, Abplanalp Library, University of New England
    • New York University LitMed Database
    • The Wellcome Collection
    • The Harvard Medical School Countway Library


  • 2020 Art on Paper, “Vellum Projects, Vellum Magazine” Pier 36, New York, NY
  • 2019 Dr. Mutter’s Merry Emporium, (Mutter Museum), (Philadelphia PA)
  • 2019 Book Paper Scissors (Philadelphia Center for the Book) (Philadelphia, PA) (upcoming)
  • 2019 MoCCA ArtFest (New York, NY)
  • 2019 BOOKLYN (New York, NY)
  • 2018 IABF (Independent Artist Book Fair (New York, NY)
  • 2016 New York Maker Fair (Best in Class & Editor’s Choice Awards) (New York, NY)


  • 2020 American Antiquarian Society: Creative and Performing Artist / Writer Fellowship, Worcester, MA
  • 2011 Experimental Television Center (Owego, NY)
  • 2006 Experimental Television Center (Owego, NY)


  • 2016 New York University Distinguished Teaching Award
  • 2008 Turbulence/New Radio and Performing Arts Grant Recipient – (Re)Connecting the Adamses
  • 2008 Massachusetts Creative Council Creative Schools Partner – Greylock Arts collaboration with Kidspace at Mass MoCA and Berkshire Art and Technology School (BaRT)
  • 2006 New Radio and Performing Arts Grant Recipient – 2005 Commission for Turbulence Website, Funded by the Jerome Foundation.


  • 2009 WGBY – New England Public Broadcasting
  • 2007 Spike and Mike’s Festival of Animation
  • 2007 Picture This International Disability Film Festival (Calgary, CA)
  • 2006 The Independent Film Channel (IFC): MediaLab Featured Director (IFC, Rainbow Media)
  • 2006 San Diego Comic-Con Film Festival (San Diego, CA)


  • 1998- Present NEW YORK UNIVERSITY
    • Associate Vice Chancellor for Global Academic Planning (2017-Present)
    • Global Network Associate Arts Professor (2015-Present)
    • Associate Arts Professor, NYU Shanghai, Interactive Media Arts, (2013-2018)
    • IMA Program Director, NYU Shanghai, (2014-2016)
    • Co-Director, NYU Ability Project, (2013-2018)
    • Associate Arts Professor, NYU Tisch, ITP (2005-Present)
    • Master Teacher, NYU Tisch, ITP(2001-2005)
    • Visiting Assistant Professor NYU Tisch, ITP (1998-2001)
  • 2007-2012 GREYLOCK ARTS, Adams, MA Co-Founder & Co-Director
    • Located at the foot of Mount Greylock in Adams, Massachusetts, Greylock Arts presented exhibitions and talks; fostered community involvement and developed educational programs to facilitate a deeper public appreciation for emerging art practice. Exhibitions included interactive audio and light sculpture, immersive environments, and alternative energy powered art. Greylock Arts routinely hosted school groups; all of its events were free and open to the public.


  • NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, TSOA – Interactive Telecommunications Program (M.P.S.)
  • NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Studio Art/Printmaking (M.A.)
  • ATELIER 17, Studied under Stanley William Hayter, (Paris, France)
  • NEW YORK UNIVERSITY, Studio Art/Art Education (B.A.)