Originally from London, Alice graduated from high school in Costa Rica and has since lived in New York City, London and Singapore. Alice started her career in the arts on the commercial side, first at Christie’s, New York and then with Sotheby’s, London in the Post-War & Contemporary department. Finding the secondary market’s lack of interaction with artists and their process frustrating, she started working at The Vinyl Factory, London, curating and producing multimedia, cross-disciplinary installations in the Brewer Street Car Park that were free and open to the public. The excitement and satisfaction of working with an artist on a project from concept to completion suited her much better. Alice holds a B.A. from Brown University in Art History, and a M.A. from the Sotheby’s Institute in Contemporary Art and Theory.
Alice manages public programming and exhibitions for the River To River Festival, Open Studios and LMCC’s Arts Center at Governors Island.