Among my colleagues, I have always been known as the one who can pick up the pieces, no matter what amount of you-know-what hits the fan. Originally a musician and sculptor, I have spent the latter half of a decade developing ways to incorporate and channel creativity into marketing and sales of products and services. In doing so, I have devised my own approach that has been described as a completely innovative way of marketing. As a highly motivated and enthusiastic individual, I possess a successful track record with every job I have taken. I welcome any inquiries and am always looking to expand my network and overall opportunities.
Awarded “Top 10 Salesperson” for ten consecutive months / top salesperson for Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts and the ASU Gammage Auditorium for 2011 (2nd and 3rd quarters).
Soliciting donations for various scholarships, student programs and investment funds for four ASU campuses, Channel 8, and the ASU Gammage Auditorium.
Gallup poll Strength finder 2.0 / In color Insight Weebly (2014)
Board Member January 2012 – April 2013 ASU Chabad
Responsible for marketing Chabad to the ASU student population. Responsibilities included Internet marketing, on-campus event set-up, and speaking to student prospects.
Assistant May 2012 – December 2012 Scottsdale Appraisal Specialists, LLC
Responsible with helping the head appraiser with personal property appraisal service that appraises residential contents, antiques, and collectibles for a variety of purposes.
Curator/Exhibitioner 2009 - 2012 Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ: Graduated March, 2012 Bachelor’s Degree, Intermedia Arts with emphasis on Arts and Administration
Milton High School, Milton, GA: Graduated June, 2008 High school graduate
Honors & Awards
Miracle report by Julianne Swartz and Ken Landauer representing artist January 2012 ASU Art Museum Julianne Swartz and Ken Landauer spent their Social Studies residency at the ASU Art Museum looking for miracles. The artists explored the miraculous through people's perceptions of it in their lives, interviewing students, school children and community members of all ages and backgrounds. They combined their findings in an installation of fleeting vignettes playing on all of the available sound and video equipment in the museum's possession. In the words of the artists, "Our installation will strive to embody some beauty, some hocus-pocus and some unexplainable magic."
This project is supported by a grant from The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts as part of the Social Studies series. Initiated by John D. Spiak, the exhibition is curated by Heather Sealy Lineberry with Nicole Herden.
Joan Frazer Memorial Fellowship Recipient 2011 The Joan Frazer Memorial Award for Judaism & the Arts Jewish Studies Program at Arizona State University
Houston Texans Deep Steel Thunder 2017 - current Performer Rice University MOB 2017 - current Performer
Sun Devil Marching Band 2008 - 2011 Performer DCA : Drum Corps Association 2008 Performer
WGI: Winter Guard International 2005 – 2008 Performer
ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts Curator 2010 – 2012 •2012: Surreal Anarchy •2012: Encoded •2012: Glendale Jazz and Blues Festival” Something to write home about” •2012: Arizona centennial festival, “Arizona Best Fest” •2012: Apparatus Sculptoris •2012: V is for Video •2010: ART DETOUR presented by Artlink Phoenix
ASU Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts 2008 – 2011 Representing Artist •2011: “Small Architectures, ” Tempe History Museum •2011: “The Art of War, ” Gammage Auditorium •2011: Mnemosyne: An invocation of the Nine Muses •2011: Pie Factory Art Show •2011: V is for Video •2011: SCC Koji VII Iron Pour: Participant •2010: ASU Living Picture Show