As an Emergency Medicine physician, my day doesn't end at the end of a busy shift. My experiences stay in my mind at all hours of the day: whether at 2 AM when I wake up to get a glass of water, or when I am on vacation. These rich interactions occupy my mind for weeks, months and years and greatly influence my work. My goal is to document the human experience from my unique perspective, as a physician. I want my viewers to get a glimpse into my world, my thoughts and my opinions, as they relate to health, disease and the human body. I hope to share the beauty of the emotional highs and devastating lows that make up the human experience and share my small contribution to it.
2017- 2019 North Carolina Academy of Art
Previous Art Education include various workshops, classes
2002-2006 Emergency Medicine Residency, Boston Medical Center
1998-2002 Boston University School of Medicine, MD
1994-1998 Boston University, BA Biology
2020 Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Spring 2020 Issue; 3 pieces accepted “Opium’s Hold,” “Covid’s Agony,” and “What Lies Beneath,” (http://www.theintima.org/new-page-40)
2018 Intima: A Journal of Narrative Medicine, Fall 2018 Issue, (www.theintima.org/my-life)
2018 National Academy of Medicine, Permanent online gallery, Washington, DC. Expressions of clinical well-being, (https://nam.edu/expressclinicianwellbeing/#/artwork/159).
2018 Frederic Jameson Gallery at Duke University, Durham, NC. Rise of the Phoenix, 3rd Annual el Quixote Festival.
2018 Wilderness Medical Society Winter Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA. Musa Masala Art Show benefitting the Wonchu Sherpa Memorial Hospital in Nepal.
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