Curriculum Vitae

1990-93
Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ. MFA in Photography.

1980-84
Kenyon College, Gambier, OH. BA in Art History.
Other areas of concentration: Photography, English, Spanish and German.1982-83

Institut fur Europaische Studien (IES), Vienna, Austria.
Studied Medieval, Renaissance, and Baroque art, German language.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2000-2016
Visual Art Faculty, Idyllwild Arts Academy, Idyllwild, CA.
Teaching Photography, Digital Art, Photo History, and Graphic Design. Gallery Manager and curator.

1994-2000
Adjunct Faculty at Chaffey Community College, Rancho Cucamonga, CA.
Fine Art Photo 1997-98, Intermediate Photography, Beginning Photo.

1997-1999
Adjunct Faculty at San Bernardino Valley College, San Bernardino, CA.
Advanced Photography.

1997-1999
Adjunct Faculty at University of Redlands, Redlands, CA.
Beginning Photography 1997-99, Alternative Processes 1999.

1993-2007
Instructor at California State University, San Bernardino.
Courses include Beginning Photography; Senior Project; Intermediate Photography ; Beginning Drawing .

1991-1993
Teaching Assistant at Arizona State University, 2D Design and Photo I.
Full responsibility for syllabus, instruction and grading for studio classes.

COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHIC WORK

1990-Present
Freelance Photographer, fashion, portraits, architecture.
Clients include Rockpool USA, Holiday Inn Crowne Plaza, National Marketing Corp, YMCA, and others.

1994
Administrative Assistant, for Royal Athena Galleries, Beverly Hills, CA.
Included cataloging and conservation of 19th century albumen prints

1987-1990
Studio Manager and First Assistant for Craig Buchanan Photography,
architecture and interiors, San Francisco, CA. Includes sales, bookkeeping. Occasional shooting.

1985-1986
Dye Transfer Printer and Assistant for Henry Holmes Smith, San Raphael, CA.
Producing his original color light abstractions.

1984-1985
Lab Manager, B&W Photo Lab (formerly Jay Daniel Assoc.,) Fairfax, CA .

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

1984-Present
Society for Photographic Education

RELATED WORK

Summer 2008
Organizer, Cougars Soccer Clinic, three week long clinics to teach youth soccer. Idyllwild, CA.

January-June 1996
Web Page Designer, Cyberg8t, 374 Indian Hill Blvd., Claremont, CA. http://www.cyberg8t.com

1996-1997
Partner, Chuckwalla Tours – a desert tour company, LaVerne, CA.
Providing catered camping and workshop instruction for guided tours of the southwest deserts.

Fall 1992
Peer Panel Member, Graduate Research and Development Grant,
for Associated Student of Arizona State University (ASASU), awarding $30,000 in project funds.

Summer 1992
Construction for Deep Creek School, Telluride, CO.
Built a 1200 sq.ft. artists studio with 4 ft. deep concrete foundation.

VOLUNTEER WORK

2003-Present
PTA SmARTS Committee Member, Grant Writer, and Art Instructor.
SmARTS is a volunteer run organization, funded by grants to provide over 300 hours of art instruction a year to Idyllwild School students.

1999-Present
Earth Fair Committee, planning activities to raise environmental awareness. Based in Idyllwild, CA.

1996-1998
RSAGB Volunteer in the herbarium, mounting dried plant specimens of arid regions of the world, and photographing events. Rancho Santa Ana Botanical Garden, Claremont,CA.

1996
Literacy Volunteer, to teach individuals to improve their reading and writing skills in one-on-one workshops, Pomona Library, Pomona, CA.

SELECTED EXHIBITIONS

2012
Quilt Stories of the Inland Empire, Museum of History and Art, Ontario, CA.

El Dia de los Muertos, Museum of History and Art, Ontario, CA.

2009
Troubles in Paradise, Missouri State University Art & Design Gallery, Springfield, MO

Art and Environment, with “The Ambassadors” KCET, CSUSB, San Bernardino, CA

2008
Full Circle: Recycled into Art, Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, AZ

Museum of Tolerance, Quilt Room. Los Angeles, CA.
Quilt from a Cyanotype smARTS Workshop with the Idyllwild School Eighth Grade Class in 2006.

2007
Displaced Faculties, Courtyard Gallery, Idyllwild, CA.

Material Girls, Riverside Art Museum, CA. Catalogue Available.

2006
Earth+Art, Division 9 Gallery, Riverside, CA .

2004
One Hour Drive, CSUSB, San Bernardino, CA.

2003
Women’s Show, College of the Desert, Palm Desert, CA.

2002
Faculty Show, Idyllwild Arts, Idyllwild, CA.

2000
The Stage Gallery, Group Show, New York.

Desert Images, White Horse Books, Idyllwild, CA.

1998
L.A. Stories: engaging the city, Montgomery Gallery, Pomona College, CA.

Three Person Show, Cuttress Gallery, Pomona, CA.

Faculty Show, Peppers Gallery, University of Redlands, CA.

1997
The Magic Silver Show 1997, The University of Northern Iowa, IA.

1996
Photography at Oregon, 1996. University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.

Mallory Cremin/Sant Khalsa, Sasso/Crib, Santa Ana, CA.

New Photography at the Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, CA. Cash award.

1995
Matrix International ’95, Matrix Gallery, Sacramento, CA. Honoraria.

6×6, Haven Coffee House, Pomona, CA. Group show of 6 local photographers.

Teaching Tolerance, Irvine Fine Arts Center, Irvine, CA.

1994
California, Downey Museum of Art, Downey, CA.

Diverse Perspectives: Inland Empire Photographers, San Bernardino County Museum, CA.

Photography and Video Open, Long Beach Arts, Long Beach CA. Curated by Robert Sobieszek. Cash award.

New Photography at the Los Angeles County Fair, Pomona, CA. First prize in theme category, “The City”, second prize in portraiture.

Collective Voice, University Art Gallery, California State University, San Bernardino, CA. Collaborative exhibit by eight women fine art faculty at CSUSB.

1993
Brand XXlll Juried Exhibit, Brand Library and Art Galleries, Glendale, CA. Cash Award.

Downtown Lives, produced by DADA in conjunction with ART/LA, 740 South Alameda Street, Los Angeles, CA.

Food Descending the Staircase, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona.

1992
Chandler Invitational: A Photography Show, Chandler Center for the Arts, AZ.
Purchase Award.

Art Detour, Artlink Annual Juried Show, and collaborated with Rob Rutherford on a Mystery Gallery Installation “On the Theme of Water.” Phoenix, AZ.

Earthbound, Phoenix Capitol Building, West Wing. Arizona Women’s Caucus for Art sponsored the show. Illustrated catalog available.

Form and Object: Contemporary Interpretations of Craft Traditions, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, WY. Juried by John Perrault, senior curator of the American Craft Museum in NYC. Won 2nd place award.

PUBLICATIONS

2007
Franko, Vanessa. “The fabric of art: Riverside Art Museum shows artists’ works that use materials”.
The Press-Enterprise (Thursday, January 4, 2007):D-1. Color ill.

2006
Material Girls, Catalogue , Riverside Art Museum, CA. Color ill.

1995
Brown, Betty Ann. “By Some Accounts.” Visions (Spring/Summer 1995): pp.19-21.

1994
“New Works.” FiberArts Magazine 21 (Summer 1994): p.29. Color ill.

Geer, Suvan. “Power of Association.” Artweek 25 (June 1994 ): p.24.

Knaff, Devorah L. “The Voice of Women in Art.” The Press Enterprise, Redlands, CA, (Sunday, May 15, 1994): D-2.

“Exposures,” Surface Design Journal 18 (Winter 1994): p.25. Color illustration.

Markle, Karen Rene. “Delights, Provokes, Surprises.” Erie Times (PA) (February 24, 1994): 11-S.

1993
Kapitanoff, Nancy. “Works Speaking of Life.” Los Angeles Times (Friday, Dec. 31, 1993): F-7.

Cremin, Mallory. Printing on Fabric. Self-published 43 page how-to booklet with illustrations tipped in. An original copy is in Special Collections at Hayden Library, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ.