Hunter College, New York, NY, MFA received 2000
    California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA, BFA received 1997


    Parts of Nowhere, The Proposition, New York

    Recent Works: Paintings and Drawings, Linc Real Art, San Francisco, CA


    Not Exactly a Mountain, The Proposition, New York, NY

    Blacklight Burner, The Proposition, New York, NY

    Inner Child: Good and Evil in the Garden of Memories, Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, NJ

    Five Years (2002 – 2007), The Proposition, New York, NY

    BANTAM COUP, The Proposition, New York, NY

    Above the Trendy, the Down and Out, The Proposition, New York, NY

    Psionic Distortion, Plum Blossoms Gallery, New York, NY

    Psionic Distortion, Super Deluxe, Tokyo, Japan

    Inconspicuous Monsters, Giant Robot SF, San Francisco, CA

    New York State of Mind; Experimental Video, The Bonn Biennale, Bonn, Germany

    Blind Pilots, The Proposition, New York, NY / Linc Real Art, San Francisco, CA

    Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA

    Barbican Art Galleries, London, England

    Contemporary Arts Center, Cincinnati, OH

    Nueva, Laforet Museum, Tokyo, Japan

    Amigos: An Art Showcase on the Lower East Side, Associated Projects, New York, NY

    Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo Kuti, New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York, NY

    Design Trust for Public Space: Slient Art Auction, Cohan Leslie and Brown, New York, NY

    Kageki Metonymics: Subversions and Transformations from the Japanese Fringe, Linc Real Art, San Francisco, CA

    Kageki Metonymics: Subversions and Transformations from the Japanese Fringe, Stefan Stux Gallery, New York, NY

    Second Sight, Hunter – Times Square Gallery, New York, NY

    The Magic City, Brent Sikkema Gallery, New York, NY

    Space Invaders, Clementine Gallery, New York, NY

    100 Drawings, P.S.1. Contemporary Art Center, Long Island City, NY

    (the merry month of) May, Refusalon, San Francisco, CA

    Nothing Matters, Refusalon, San Francisco, CA

    Five Artists, The Nexus Gallery, Berkeley, CA

    Buddhas, Chickens & Chocolate Cakes, Refusalon, San Francisco, CA


    Animal Magazine
    Fall 2005, Issue 6, “Instincts,” pp.75-76

    Spring / Summer 2005, Vol.3 No.2, “Psionic Distortion,” p.16

    Art Asia Pacific
    Spring 2005 No.44, “Psionic Distortion,” p.77

    The Village Voice
    April 20 – 26, 2005, “Fallout: Psionic Distortion,” p.72

    A.M. New York
    April 15, 2005, “Japanese pop American style,” p. 25

    The Japan Times
    November 10, 2004, “Manga Animates New Millennium,” p. 11

    PUTA Magazine
    January 2004, Vol.1 Issue #2, “Soul: Paintings/Drawings by Tim Evans,” pp.8-12

    Frieze Magazine
    October 2003, “Black President,” p.118

    Black President: The Art and Legacy of Fela Anikulapo Kuti
    New Museum exhibition catalog, July, 2003, pp.126, 163

    The New York Times
    July 18, 2003, “King of Music (and of All He Surveyed),” p. E34

    J@pan Inc. Magazine
    April 2003, “Japan’s Hippest Export,” pp.57-62

    The San Francisco Bay Guardian
    January 15-21, 2003, Vol.37, No.16, “Kageki Invades S.F.,” p.78

    Paper Magazine
    September 2002, “PM Nightlife Tabloid: Gallery Picks,” p.12(pm)

    M Magazine
    September, 2002, Vol.6 No.1, “Chelsea Shortlist,” pp.8-9

    Time Out New York
    August 15-22, 2002, Issue No. 359, “Manga Mayhem,” p.46

    New York Magazine
    August 19, 2002, “Critics’ Choice: Kageki at Stux” p.65

    The Yomiuri America
    August 9, 2002, Section 2 of the Yomiuri Shimbun Satellite Edition, “Kageki Metonymics in NY”

    Weekly NY Japion
    Vol. 162, July 12, 2002, “Kageki Metonymics” p.15

    Second Sight: Selections of Recent Work by Alumni from the Second Decade of the MFA Program at Hunter College
    Exhibition catalog, February, 2002

    VICE Magazine
    Vol.8 No.10, December-January, 2002, “Astro Boys Unite,” pp. 34-35

    Artforum International
    October, 2000, XXXIX No.2, “The Magic City,” p.146

    The New York Times (Weekend, Fine Arts & Leisure)
    Friday, August 4, 2000, “The Magic City,” p.E35

    Time Out New York
    July 13- 20, 2000, Issue No. 251, “Critics’ Pics: The Magic City,” p.61

    New York Magazine
    June 26- July 3, 2000, “Summer Fun A-Z: The Magic City,” p.47

    NY Arts International Edition
    Vol.5 No.2, February, 2000, “Space Invaders,” p.69