FAA Group Exhibition, Grafiikanpaja Himmelblau, November 2018
Tampere University of Applied Sciences, Department of Art and Media, Study Path of Fine Art (Bachelor of Culture and Arts)
Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Department of Audiovisual Communication and Journalism (Erasmus)
2014 TR1 Gallery, internship
2016 Nokian Uutiset, photojournalist intern
2017 Julia Matinniemi Trn., freelancer
2017 Alma Media, assistant
Producer of photography and art workshop for Saksankielinen Iltapäivä Ry.
Project leader in art workshop “2017 tulevaisuuden kuvaa Suomesta”, created as a part of the Suomi 100-year of celebration in collaboration with Turku University of Applied Sciences
Producer of community art workshop for Me-talo, created in collaboration with TAMK and YLE
2017 Non Architecture Competition: Training, finalist spot with ‘Zero’, created with Armando Tranquille, Kari Kytölä and Lavinia Nuvola
2017 Curator of video screening for ‘Hiedanrannan Puutarhajulat’-event
2018 Producer of Hot Futures graduate exhibition
2018 Assistant at Finlayson Art Area
2018 Maailmantango Exhibition, Nokia City Library
2018 Moscow International Biennale For Young Art, MMoMA
2018 Hot Futures, Grafiikanpaja Himmelblau (Tampere)
2017 Turmoil, Bratislava OFF_Festival (Bratislava)
2017 Turmoil, Osaka University of Arts Gallery (Osaka)
2016 Doube-edged Sword, Galleria Nykyaika (Tampere)
2015 Double-edged Sword, Künstlerhaus Bethanien (Berlin)
2015 Kino TAMK, Mediapolis (Tampere)
2015 Fleeting Spaces, Galleria Rajatila (Tampere)
2013 Art Diploma exhibition, Metso (Tampere)
Afternoon Shopping, pastels and acrylics on paper, 2017.
Kebab, mixed media on paper, 2017.
The Morning,mixed media on hardboard, 2018.
Woman and Orange, acrylics on hardboard, 2018.
'Love is to Share' shown as a two-channel video installation in Grafiikanpaja Himmelblau Gallery, 2018.
'Love,' at the 6th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art.
'Love,' at the 6th Moscow International Biennale for Young Art, 2018.
Music video for Cyril Awakens, shot and directed by Julia Matinniemi and edited by Konsta Koivisto, 2017.