Gina Reichert & Mitch Cope


Gina Reichert

EXHIBITIONS & COMMISSIONS

2016 David Klein Gallery, Detroit, Organizational Strategies for the After Life
2013 Detroit: Artists in Residence, Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA – residency & installation
Agora, Athens Biennale – Machine Room installation
ArtX, Kresge Art in Detroit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit – “Corner Store”
Exchange, Chicago Artists’ Coalition – “Clearing a Path to the Future: Garbage Totem No.1”
2012 Material, Site, Narrative, Sullivan Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago – “Sculptural Security Systems”
ArtPrize SiTE:LAB @ 54 Jefferson, Old Public Museum, Grand Rapids, MI – “Displacement”
Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good, U.S. Pavillion, 13th International Venice Architecture Biennale – “The Power House”
Grounds for Detroit, Arsenale, Venice Architecture Biennale – select video works from “Total Benefit Solutions”
Urban Lifecycles, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID – “Total Benefit Solutions”
Team Detroit, Dearborn, MI – corporate office space redesign & renovations for global advertising firm
2011 Material Witness, Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, OH – “Total Benefit Solutions”
City of Hamtramck Neighborhood Stabilization (NSP 2) Funding – single-family home rehabilitation w/ Hughes & Lynn
Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority – marketing & communications materials
2010 Hopey Changey Things, Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE – “Neighborhood Machine sketches”
Too Much of a Good Thing, MOCAD, Detroit, MI
Detroit, Kunsthalle Wien Project Space, Vienna, Austria – “Alley Weeds”
The Neighborhood Project, Detroit Institute of Art – installation & self-appointed residency
City of Hamtramck Community & Economic Development – marketing & communications materials
2009 Heartland, Smart Museum, Chicago, IL – “Heartland Machine” installation
Community + Public Arts: DETROIT, Skillman grant recipient – “Talking Fence” public sculpture in collaboration w. sculptor Wiley McDowell
DAM Design Show, Detroit Artists Market – “Power Chair”
2008 Heartland, Van Abbemuseum, The Netherlands – “Homegrown Design” installation
Team Detroit, Dearborn, MI – corporate conference room redesign & renovations for global advertising firm
2007 Shrinking Cities, MOCAD, Detroit, MI – Commissioned exhibition design for the ‘Local Initiatives’ display
2005 M.O.R.E. Manufacturers of Real Excellence – Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, MI – art & marketing campaign
2004 Shrinking Cities Project, Berlin – Commissioned research & writing for exhibition’s “Working Papers”

LECTURES & VISITING ARTIST
2016 Penn State University, State College, PA – Visiting artist lecture & guest critic
Art & Race – Panel discussion hosted by Infinite Mile & UofM Penny Stamps, at MOCAD
2015 School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL – Guest lecture
Aspen Ideas Festival – Discussion with Anne Pasternak and Rick Lowe
2014 Accidental Preservationist symposium, Fitch Foundation, New York, NY – Presentation & panel discussion
Out There: Enquiries about Civic Practice, Civility and Art, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL – Panel discussion
Auburn University – Visiting artist lecture
University of Texas at Austin – Visiting artist lecture
Aspen Institute – Working group, Detroit, MI
Placemaking – Panel discussion, MSHDA conference, Lansing, MI
Overlook Field School, University of Oregon – Visiting Artist-in-Residence
Art Transforming Neighborhoods – a Discussion with Detroit’s Design 99, ArtPrize Critical Discourse, Grand Rapids, MI
2013 National Building Museum, Washington D.C. – Presentation & panel discussion
Art X Detroit – Panel discussion
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI – Lecture for the course Creating for Resilience & Function
Propeller Fund – Juror, Three Walls & Gallery 400, Chicago, IL
2012 Portland State University, Portland, OR – Visiting artist lecture & guest critic
 LTU, Southfield, MI – Public Interest Design panel discussion w/ Bryan Bell
Kendall College, Grand Rapids, MI – Visiting artist & guest critic
2011 New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM – Visiting artist lecture & guest critic
AIA Detroit Urban Priorities – Panelist, Detroit By Design Urban Centers Symposium
Maker Faire, Dearborn, MI – Speaker
Tulane University School of Architecture, New Orleans, LA – Graduate Student Colloquium panelist & guest critic
University of Michigan Revitalization & Business Conference, Ann Arbor, MI – Presenter
2010 Venice Biennale, Dutch Pavillion – Lecture, neighborhoods
MOCAD – Lecture, Too Much of a Good Thing in Context
2009 Cranbrook Academy of Art – Humanities lecture series presentation
Hamilton Anderson Rogue HAA Lecture Series, Detroit, MI
MOCAD – New Urban Models Panel Discussion
2008 Creative Capital Grant – Finalists
Structures for Inclusion 08, Harvard University – Workshop on neighborhood housing strategies w. Pamela Dorr of HERO Resource Center, Hale County, Alabama
2006 Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden – Visiting Artist and Public Art Workshop
AWARDS, GRANTS & FELLOWSHIPS
2016 Kennedy Center Citizen Artist Fellowship
ArtPlace & Kresge Housing convening
Center for Community Progress convening – Albany, NY
NEA / Kennedy Center – “In pursuit of the Creative Life”
2015 Ford Foundation / Creative Many – Resonant Detroit
Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs grantee (Power House Productions)
Joyce Foundation grantee (Power House Productions)
National Endowment for the Arts – Art Works grant (Power House Productions)
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation retreat
2014 Andy Warhol Foundation
Knight Arts Challenge grantee (Power House Productions)
Kresge Foundation grantee (Power House Productions)
Metabolic Studio grantee via Annenberg Foundation (Power House Productions)
Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs grantee (Power House Productions)
National Endowment for the Arts – Art Works grant (Power House Productions)
National Endowment for the Arts – Our Town grant (Power House Productions)
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation retreat
2013 Creative Capital grantee (Design 99)
Kresge Arts Support (Power House Productions)
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation grantee (Power House Productions)
Tony Hawk Foundation grant – Ride It Sculpture Park (Power House Productions)
2012 Art Prize – Juried Grand Prize winner
NEA Art Works design grant – Ride It Sculpture Park (Power House Productions)
ArtPlace grant – Play House, Squash House, Skate House (Power House Productions)
Creative Capital Initiative – Select artist, On Our Radar
2011 Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts grant – Squash House, Sound House (Power House Productions)
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation grant – Sound House (Power House Productions)
Kresge Artist Fellowship, The Kresge Foundation, Detroit, MI
2010 United States Artists (USA) Fellowship – Nominee
2008 Creative Capital Grant – Finalists

PUBLICATIONS
2015 Rhymes of the Tree – with Bangla School of Music, Liza Bielby, and DittoDitto Books; Power House Publications
Mr. Motin’s Garden Manual – with The Hinterlands and DittoDitto Books; Power House Publications
2014 Mess, essay published by Infinite Mile – Contributor
2011 Vitamin Green article, published by Phaidon – Contributor
2008 A People’s Guide to Detroit, self-published – Concept and content development
2007 Detroit: Imaginary Cities – Contributors; Gina Reichert, Guest Editor; Published by MOCADetroit
2006 Detroit i.e. INFRASTRUCTURE – Working Group member and contributors
Published by Detroit i.e. & MOCADetroit

ARCHITECTURE FIRM EXPERIENCE
2004-07 Gensler Architecture & Design, Detroit, MI
2001 Evans Heintges Architects, New York, NY
2000-01 FACE Design + Fabrication, New York, NY
1999-00 BKSK Architects, New York, NY
1998-99 Campo Architects, New Orleans, LA
1997 AmeriCorps, Habitat for Humanity, New Orleans, LA

PRESS
“52 Gina Reichert and Mitch Cope,” Essay’d, Steve Panton, May 25, 2016

“How public art builds safer, stronger neighborhoods,” Christian Science Monitor, Anna Clark, October 28, 2014
“Not just a fancy art project: Artists create long-term community vision for Detroit/Hamtramck border,” Model D, Walter Wasacz, August 19, 2014
“Detroit: Artists in Residence @ the Mattress Factory,” Art Hopper, Robert Raczka, May 7, 2014

“Powering Through Detroit’s Many –isms,” Alicia Eler, Hyperallergic, November 2013
“A Skate Park as Neighborhood Stabilization in Detroit,” Alicia Eler, Hyperallergic, October2013
“Design 99 Artists Mix Sun, Wind and Heat at the Mattress Factory,” Allegheny Front, September 20, 2013
“Abstracting the Fleet: Dazzle Camouflage’s Influence on Contemporary Art and Design,” Jonathan Magdaleno, The Creators Project, June 3, 2013

“Artists as Developers,” Nathalie Janson, Domus, October 2012
“Vacant to vibrant: NoHam sculpture skate park ramps it up,” Matthew Piper, Model D, August 14, 2012
“Ride It Sculpture Park makes the most of neglected space in Detroit neighborhood,” Jared Purcell, MLive, August 7, 2012.
“Material Witness,” Alan Pocaro, Art Papers, March/April 2012
“Envisioning Real Utopias in Detroit,” Vince Carducci, Motown Review of Art, February 1, 2012

“Cerebral Material,” Maria Seda-Reeder, ÆQAI e-journal, November 15, 2011
“Aesthetic Community in Detroit,” Vince Carducci, Motown Review of Art, December 15, 2011
“One House at a Time”, Karrie Jacobs, Metropolis, October 18, 2011
“Mitch and Gina of Power House Productions and the Story Behind Juxtapoz in Detroit,” Jason Jaworski, Juxtapoz, January 19, 2011
“Art’s New Dawn in Detroit,” Murray Whyte, The Toronto Star, January 1, 2011
“Power Meets the Arts in Detroit,” Joann Plockova, Next City, June 24, 2011

“Young Guns: Activist Designers,” Miyoko Ohtake, Dwell, December 21, 2010
“Art into action: Design collaborators building community one power house at a time,” Kelli B. Kavanaugh, Model D, November 30, 2010
“Artists in Residence,” Linda Yablonsky, New York Times, September 22, 2010
“MOCAD Meditations,” Vince Carducci, Motown Review of Art, July 16, 2010
“Art as Security System,” Rob Walker, New York Times, July 5, 2010
“Joyfully uninviting,” Ingrid Fetell, Aesthetics of Joy, June 3, 2010
“Design 99’s Neighborhood Machine,” Lisa Smith, Core 77, June 1, 2010
“Putting Yourself Out There,” William Bostwick, Architectural Record, March 2010
“40 transformative Design Projects,” David Sokol, I.D. Magazine, January/February 2010

“Renewing Detroit,” Here & Now, WBUR Boston NPR, March 18, 2009
“In Detroit, Artists Look For Renewal In Foreclosures,” Jennifer Guerra, All Things Considered, NPR, March 18, 2009
“Designing Detroit,” David A. Greene, Dwell blog, March 18, 2009
“Detroit House: $100. Bold New Ideas for the City: Priceless.” Walter Wasacz, Model D, March 17, 2009
“Detroit’s hard edge – and dirt-cheap real estate – attract artists from around the world,” Michael Hodges, Detroit News, March 13, 2009
“The Upside Of Foreclosures,” Jennifer Guerra, Michigan Radio NPR, March 11, 2009
“A storefront for creativity,” Fabrizio Gallanti, Abitare, February 2, 2009
“Detroit and Support,” Charles Esche, Kitchenblog, January 25, 2009

“Sustainability in the post-capitalist city. A short impression.” Abitare & Volume, October 12, 2008
“Model D-troiters: Gina Reichert and Mitch Cope,” Terry Parris Jr., Model D, February 25, 2008
EDUCATION
2003 M.Arch – Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, MI
1997 B.Arch – Tulane School of Architecture, New Orleans, LA

 

Mitch Cope

EXHIBITIONS & COMMISSIONS
2016 David Klein Gallery, Detroit, MI – Totems
2015 David Klein Gallery, Detroit, MI – Inaugural downtown gallery exhibition
Dashboard, BOOM!, Detroit, MI – “After Aris”
2014 Popps Packing, Detroit, MI – Zen and the Art of Garbage Hunting
2013 Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh, PA – residency & installation Detroit: Artists in Residence,
Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit, ArtX, Kresge Art in Detroit at the – “Corner Store”
Chicago Artists’ Coalition, Exchange, – “Clearing a Path to the Future: Garbage Totem No.1”
2012 Sullivan Gallery, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Material, Site, Narrative, – “Sculptural Security Systems”
SiTE:LAB @ 54 Jefferson, Old Public Museum, Grand Rapids, MI – “Displacement”
13th International Venice Architecture Biennale, U.S. Pavilion – “The Power House” Spontaneous Interventions: Design Actions for the Common Good
Arsenale, Venice Architecture Biennale – Grounds for Detroit, select video works from “Total Benefit Solutions”
 Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Ketchum, ID – Urban Lifecycles, “Total Benefit Solutions”
Team Detroit, Dearborn, MI – corporate office space redesign & renovations for global advertising firm
2011 Weston Art Gallery, Cincinnati, OH , Material Witness, – “Total Benefit Solutions”
City of Hamtramck Neighborhood Stabilization (NSP 2) – single-family home rehabilitation w/ Hughes & Lynn
2010 Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Omaha, NE, Hopey Changey Things, – “Neighborhood Machine sketches”
MOCAD, Detroit, MI Too Much of a Good Thing, – installation introducing The Neighborhood Machine
Kunsthalle Wien Project Space, Vienna, Austria – Detroit, “Alley Weeds”
Detroit Institute of Art The Neighborhood Project, – installation
2009 Smart Museum, Chicago, IL, Heartland, – “Heartland Machine” installation
Community + Public Arts: DETROIT, Skillman grant recipient – “Talking Fence” public sculpture
in collaboration w. sculptor Wiley McDowell
Detroit Artists Market, DAM Design Show – “Power Chair”
2008 Van Abbemuseum, The Netherlands Heartland,, – “Homegrown Design”, Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop
Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Germany Shrinking Cities Project- Analysis, Interventions, Prognosis,
Isamu Noguchi Musuem, Long Island City, New York – Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop Commission
2007 Cranbrook Museum of Art & MOCAD Shrinking Cities,, Detroit, MI – local Curator
2006 Kunsthalle, Dresden, Germany – Schweizer Krankheit, Drawings
2005 Susanne Hilberry Gallery, Ferndale, MI – Summer Pack 2 – Drawings
World Workers Museum, Steyr, Austria – Detroit Tree of Heaven woodshop
Joint Turkmen-American Exhibition, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan – Multi-Cultural Landscapes
Detroit Artists Market, Detroit, MI – “M.O.R.E. Manufacturers of Real Excellence” art & marketing campaign
2004 Berlin Kunstsalon, Berlin, Germany – Detroit Tree of Heaven Woodshop
Subspace Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany – Anti-Idyll –
KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin, Germany Shrinking Cities, – Local Curator and drawings “Fortifications”
2003 Detroit Artists Market – 5 shows 5 days
The Stray Show, Chicago, Il
2002 Center Galleries, Detroit, MI – Tony Hepburn Collaborations
2001 Detroit Contemporary – Heavy Metal Girls
2000 Detroit Contemporary – Wood Pieces
1999 Washington State University Museum, Pullman, WA- thesis exhibition
1996 Bunting Gallery, Royal Oak, MI – Movable Feast
1995 Center Galleries, Detroit, MI – Highways and Roads
Michigan Gallery, Detroit, MI – Carbonari
Detroit Artists Market – Romantic Allegory
Cement Space, Detroit, MI – Raw experience

LECTURES, AWARDS & FELLOWSHIPS
2015 United States Artists, Artists Assembly, Chicago, IL – Creative Conversations with Mark Bradford
Montana State University – Visiting Artist Lecturer & guest critic
Ford Foundation / Creative Many – Resonant Detroit grantee
2014 Overlook Field School, through the University of Oregon – Visiting Artist-in-Residence
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago, IL – Panel discussion, Out There: Contemporary Practice, Art, and Civility
University of Texas at Austin, School of Architecture – Visiting Lecturer
2013 Creative Capital – Grantee
2012 ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, MI – Juried Grand Prize winner
Frieze Art Fair, New York City – Panelist, Land Occupation
Creative Capital Initiative – Select artist, On Our Radar
University of Windsor, Humanities Research Group – Visiting Lecturer
 Kendall College, Grand Rapids, MI – Visiting Artist Lecturer & guest critic
2011 New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, NM – Visiting Artist Lecturer & guest critic
Art X Detroit – Panel Discussion, Art of the Commons
Kresge Artist Fellowship, The Kresge Foundation, Detroit, MI
2010 University of Kansas School of Architecture – Lecture, Too Much of a Good Thing
Venice Biennale, Dutch Pavilion – Lecture, neighborhoods
MOCAD – Lecture, Too Much of a Good Thing in Context
United States Artists (USA) Fellowship – Nominee
Pulitzer Foundation, St. Louis, MO – Art and Sustainability Panel Discussion
2009 Cranbrook Academy of Art – Humanities lecture series presentation
Dutch Art Institute, Enschede, The Netherlands – Visiting Artist Lecturer
Gerrit Rietveld Academie, Amsterdam, The Netherlands – Visiting Artist Lecturer
Hamilton Anderson Rogue HAA Lecture Series, Detroit, MI – Presentation of our work
MOCAD – New Urban Models Panel Discussion
2008 Creative Capital Grant – Finalists
Structures for Inclusion 08, Harvard University – Workshop on neighborhood housing strategies
2007 Univ of Michigan Art Department, Moderator, Ann Arbor – Making Art Public
2006 Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden – Public Art Workshop and Visiting Lecturer
2005 Photo España, Madrid Spain, Visiting Lecturer
U.S. Embassy Cultural Envoy to Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
PUBLICATIONS
2013 Juxtapoz Magazine, online publication – Contributor
2011 Vitamin Green, published by Phaidon – Contributor
2009 Under the Influence magazine – Contributor
2008 A People’s Guide to Detroit, self-published – Concept and content development, collaboration with Nina Bianchi
2007 Detroit: Imaginary Cities – Contributor; Published by MOCADetroit
2006 Detroit i.e. INFRASTRUCTURE – Working Group member and contributors; Co-Editor;
Published by Detroit i.e. & MOCADetroit
PRESS
“Two Artists Build Order and Chaos from Detritus,” Hyperallergic, Sarah Rose Sharp, February 24, 2016
“The Detritus of Detroit: Both Maddening and Inspiring,” Creative Capital Blog, Alex Teplitzky, March 21, 2016
“52 Gina Reichert and Mitch Cope,” Essay’d, Steve Panton, May 25, 2016

“How public art builds safer, stronger neighborhoods,” Christian Science Monitor, Anna Clark, October 28, 2014
“Not just a fancy art project: Artists create long-term community vision for Detroit/Hamtramck border,” Model D, Walter Wasacz, August 19, 2014
“Mitch Cope Protecting the Refuse at Popps Packing,” The Huffington Post, Vince Carducci, May 26, 2014
“Detroit: Artists in Residence @ the Mattress Factory,” Art Hopper, Robert Raczka, May 7, 2014

“Design 99 Artists Mix Sun, Wind and Heat at the Mattress Factory,” Allegheny Front, September 20, 2013
“Abstracting the Fleet: Dazzle Camouflage’s Influence on Contemporary Art and Design,” Jonathan Magdaleno, The Creators Project, June 3, 2013
“Artists as Developers,” Nathalie Janson, Domus, October 2012
“Material Witness,” Alan Pocaro, Art Papers, March/April 2012
“Envisioning Real Utopias in Detroit,” Vince Carducci, Motown Review of Art, February 1, 2012; (reprinted on Deliberately Considered, February 6, 2012; reprinted on Huffington Post, February 8, 2012)

“Cerebral Material,” Maria Seda-Reeder, ÆQAI e-journal, November 15, 2011
“Aesthetic Community in Detroit,” Vince Carducci, Motown Review of Art, December 15, 2011; (reprinted on Deliberately Considered, December 20, 2011; reprinted on Huffington Post, December 22, 2011
“Affordable Housing That Doesn’t Scream ‘Affordable’,” Allison Arieff, The Atlantic Cities, October 21, 2011
“One House at a Time”, Karrie Jacobs, Metropolis, October 18, 2011
“The Best in Urban Global Design,” Wendy Goodman, New York Magazine, October 17, 2011
“Hometown Heroes,” Amanda DeMatto, Popular Mechanics, July 2011
“Mitch and Gina of Power House Productions and the Story Behind Juxtapoz in Detroit,” Jason Jaworski, Juxtapoz, January 19, 2011
“Art’s New Dawn in Detroit,” Murray Whyte, The Toronto Star, January 1, 2011
 “Power Meets the Arts in Detroit,” Joann Plockova, Next City, June 24, 2011

“Young Guns: Activist Designers,” Miyoko Ohtake, Dwell, December 21, 2010
“Juxtapoz’s Detroit Experiment,” Patricia Montemurri, Detroit Free Press, December 27, 2010
“Art into action: Design collaborators building community one power house at a time,” Kelli B. Kavanaugh,
Model D, November 30, 2010
“Artists in Residence,” Linda Yablonsky, New York Times, September 22, 2010
“MOCAD Meditations,” Vince Carducci, Motown Review of Art, July 16, 2010
“Art as Security System,” Rob Walker, New York Times, July 5, 2010
“Joyfully uninviting,” Ingrid Fetell, Aesthetics of Joy, June 3, 2010
“Design 99’s Neighborhood Machine,” Lisa Smith, Core 77, June 1, 2010
“Bringing a Dead House Back to Life,” Karyn Dybis, Time.com, April 26, 2010
 “Putting Yourself Out There,” William Bostwick, Architectural Record, March 2010
 “40 transformative Design Projects,” David Sokol, I.D. Magazine, January/February 2010

“Exhibition Presents New and Innovative Work by Artists,” Artdaily.org, October 1, 2009
“Four Corners of Detroit: A City Remakes Itself One Person at a Time,” Rebecca Mazzei, Art Voices, Sept 1, 2009
“Taking a Chance on a $100 House”, 20/20 ABC News, March 20, 2009
“What would you do with a $100 house?” Ismael Estrada, Anderson Cooper 360º CNN, March 19, 2009
“Renewing Detroit,” Here & Now, WBUR Boston NPR, March 18, 2009
“In Detroit, Artists Look For Renewal In Foreclosures,” Jennifer Guerra, All Things Considered,
NPR, March 18, 2009
“Designing Detroit,” David A. Greene, Dwell blog, March 18, 2009
“Detroit House: $100. Bold New Ideas for the City: Priceless.” Walter Wasacz, Model D, March 17, 2009
“Detroit’s hard edge – and dirt-cheap real estate – attract artists from around the world,” Michael Hodges, Detroit News, March 13, 2009
“The Upside Of Foreclosures,” Jennifer Guerra, Michigan Radio NPR, March 11, 2009
“For Sale: The $100 House”, Toby Barlow, New York Times, March 7, 2009
“A storefront for creativity,” Fabrizio Gallanti, Abitare, February 2, 2009
“The Power House Project,” Sweet Juniper Inspiration Blog, January 26, 2009
“Detroit and Support,” Charles Esche, Kitchenblog, January 25, 2009
“Hamtramck Insider’s Guide,” Terry Parris, Jr., MetroMode, January 13, 2009

“Design shop finds that smaller is better,” The Hamtramck Citizen, December 18, 2008
“Sustainability in the post-capitalist city. A short impression.” Abitare & Volume, October 12, 2008
“Art of Life: A proposal for a ‘power house.’” Metro Times, September 17, 2008
 “Design 99 publishes Detroit guidebook that will grow,” Kelli B. Kavanaugh, Model D, May 13, 2008
“A Tree That Survived A Sculptors Chisel is Chopped Down”, Glenn Collins, The New York Times March, 27, 2008
“Model D-troiters: Gina Reichert and Mitch Cope” , Terry Parris Jr., Model D, February 25, 2008
“Map of Jos. Campau showcases diverse business and service offerings,” Kelli Kavanaugh, Model D, Feb 12, 2008
“Detroit Design Guide,” Design*Sponge, January 15, 2008

“Urban Retreat” , Philip Kennicott, The Washington Post, February 17, 2007
“Enter here for design: Between store space and art place,” Constance Bodurow, Metro Times, September 19, 2007

EDUCATION
1999 MFA painting – Washington State University, Pullman, WA
1995 BFA painting – College for Creative Studies, Detroit, MI