E X H I B I T I O N S
Up for Art. The City of University Place. Bridgeport Way Window Exhibit. University Place, WA. August 2010.

Handforth Gallery. Tacoma Public Library, Main Branch. The Polymer Chemistry of Biodiesel. Tacoma, WA. July-August 2009.

Pearl A. Wanamaker Library at Tacoma Community College. The Polymer Chemistry of Biodiesel. Tacoma, WA. November-December 2008.

Tacoma Contemporary. Urban Art Installation, Woolworth Windows. Tacoma, WA. March-May 2008.

Showcase Tacoma. UW Tacoma, Carwein Auditorium. Tacoma, WA. August 2007.

Pacific Plaza Outdoor Gallery. Chihuly in Tacoma. Tacoma, WA. August 2006.

Kirkland Arts Center. Recycle Event. Kirkland, WA. June 2006.

Icebox Contemporary Art. Tacoma, WA. May 2006.

Kirkland City Hall. ART, Renew, Recycle, Recreate! An Art Exhibit! Kirkland, WA. March-May 2006.

Ouch My Eye. Purification Show. Seattle, WA. February 18th 2006.

Monarch Contemporary Art Center. Ongoing Installation. Olympia, WA. February 2006.

City of Edmonds. Edmonds Arts Comission Display Case. Edmonds, WA. January 2006.

The RE Store. 4th Annual Recycled Art Show. Seattle, WA. September 2005.

Western Washington Fair. Juried Fine Art Show. Puyallup, WA. September 2005.

Tacoma Contemporary. Urban Art Installation, Woolworth Windows. Tacoma, WA. August-September 2005.

The Gallery at Tacoma Community College. 3rd Annual Juried Local Art Exhibition. Tacoma, WA. June-August 2005.

Monarch Contemporary Art Center. Olympia, WA. June-August 2005.

Art on Center. Tacoma, WA. June 2005.

Five Spot Soul Food. Art and Soul Visual Art Battle. Brooklyn, NY. March 2004.

Mindport. Vanilla. Bellingham, WA. June 2003.



C O M M I S S I O N S
6th Avenue Merchants Association. Tacoma, WA. 6th Avenue Planter Project. 2008.

City of Tacoma, WA. Community and Economic Development Department. Public Art Component for SE/Wapato Police Sub-Station. 2006.



L E C T U R E S
Western Washington University. Visiting Professional Artist. Fall, 2010.
Western Washington University. Visiting Professional Artist. Winter, 2007.
Western Washington University. Contemporary Art in New York City. Winter, 2005.



P R E S S
"It's a Matter of art – and the planet." Tacoma News Tribune. Rosemary Ponnekanti. June 27, 2010.
"Art up now: Justin Hahn's Strange People." Tacoma News Tribune. Rosemary Ponnekanti. July 3, 2009.
"Something ‘disturbing’ crops up at new police station." Tacoma News Tribune. Rosemary Ponnekanti. December 24, 2006.
"Artists melt plastic waste into beauty." Tacoma News Tribune. Rosemary Ponnekanti. May 29, 2006.
"Post-industrial waste can equal artistic beauty." Tacoma Weekly. Staci Peper. May 25, 2006.
"CityLine." TV Tacoma 12. April 13, 2006.
"Plastics recycled in a new art exhibit." Edmonds Beacon. January 19, 2006.
"New Sculpture added to outdoor collection." The Western Front. May 3, 2002.



E D U C A T I O N
Neon, More Fun than Tesla. Pat Collentine. Pilchuck Glass School. Summer 2003.
BFA Sculpture. Western Washington University, Spring 2003.
BA Mixed Media. Western Washington University, Spring 2002.
BS Manufacturing Engineering Technology (Plastics Option). Western Washington University, Summer 1999.



A W A R D S
Tacoma Artist Initiative Program (TAIP) funding recipient, 2007.
BTC Welding Rodeo. 1st place, 2006.
WWU Art Department Outstanding Graduating Senior, 2003.
WWU/Pilchuck Partner Scholarship, 2003.
Vita Brevis Scholarship, 2002.







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