Born November 27, 1970, Washington D.C.


1997 MFA in Imaging and Digital Arts, University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Baltimore, MD
1992 Printmaking Studio Program, Santa Reparata Graphic Arts Centre, Florence, Italy
1992 BFA in Painting, Washington University, School of Fine Arts, St. Louis, MO


2006 Finalist, Artadia Houston 2006 Awards. Artadia: The Fund for Art and Dialogue, New York, NY (Jurors: Francesco Bonami, Laura Hoptman, Valerie Cassel Oliver, Jeffrey D. Grove, Christian Rattemyer)
2005 HCP Photography Fellowship Recipient, sponsored by Houston Center for Photography, Houston TX (Juror: Karen Irvine)
2005 Juror’s Choice Award, Texas Biennial, Austin, TX
2003 Participant Artist; DiverseWorks Retreat and Creative Capital Professional Development Workshop, Houston, TX
2003 Individual Artist Fellowship Grant; Cultural Arts Council of Houston and Harris County, Houston, TX
1998 Honorable Mention; 1998 ROSEBUD Awards, Washington, DC
1998 Individual Artist Award, New Genre; Maryland State Arts Council, Baltimore, MD


2006 Fellowship Exhibition, Houston Center for Photography, Houston, TX (Juror: Karen Irvine)
2006 Serena Lin Bush and Dornith Doherty*, The Gallery at UTA, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, TX
2005 Restless, site-specific installation, Galveston Art Center, Galveston, TX
2003 Tremors (and Other Minor Disturbances); Lawndale Art Center, Houston, TX
2001 pause; Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX
2000 after (taste); site-specific installation, DiverseWorks Art Space, Houston, TX
2000 Visible Traces; Winter Street Art Center, Houston, TX


2007 The Frontier is Here; National Alliance for Media Arts and Culture 2007 Conference; Austin, TX
2007 Artadia @ DiverseWorks…Reprised; DiverseWorks Art Space; Houston, TX
2007 EXPO 2007; 500X Gallery; Dallas, TX (Juror: Frances Colpitt)
2007 Assistance League of Houston Celebrates Texas Art 2007; Williams Tower; Houston, TX (Juror: Carter Foster)
2005-07 New American Talent: The Twentieth Exhibition; Arthouse at the Jones Center; Austin, TX; touring show (Juror: Dan Cameron)
2005 Affinities; Art League Houston/JP Morgan Chase Building; Houston, TX
2005 Texas Biennial 2005; Bolm Studios (with 4 alternate sites); Austin, TX
2004 Blue Star 19; Blue Star Art Space, San Antonio, TX (Juror: Lynn Herbert)
2004 Houston Area Exhibition; Blaffer Gallery, University of Houston; Houston, TX (Juror: Bill Arning)
2004 Fellowship Series II: The Photo Show; Space 125, Houston Center for the Arts/Fotofest 2004; Houston, TX
2004 Texas Works; Fine Arts Gallery at the Buddy Holly Center, Lubbock, TX
2003 Juror’s Choice; Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin, TX (Juror: Kate Bonasinga)
2003 Appearances Can Be Deceiving; Commerce Street Artists Warehouse, Houston, TX
2000 The Perfect Figure; ArtScan Gallery, Vine Street Studios, Houston, TX
1998 Blush: ArtSites 98; Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD
1998 Not Still Art Festival; Boswell Museum/Gallery 53, Cooperstown, NY
1998 Art By Numbers; Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, Camden, NJ
1998 Critic’s Residency Program; Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD
1997 Fifth Annual New York Digital Salon; School of Visual Arts, New York City, NY
1997 ISEA ‘97: Eighth International Symposium of Electronic Arts; School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL


2003 Correspondence; video dance performance with Psophonia Dance Company, Hobby Center for the Performing Arts, Houston TX
2002 finally a place…; installation with AlienNation Company; Trans-Site Studio, Houston, TX
1999 MIRAK; multimedia performance with AlienNation Company; DiverseWorks Art Space, Houston TX


2003 Imperial Beach International Film Festival; Imperial Beach, CA
2003 Electrofringe New Media Arts Festival; City Hall, Newcastle, Australia
2003 Art Slam at Mezzanine; Mezzanine, San Francisco, CA
2003 Single Channel: Collaborating with the Moving Image; Blaffer Gallery, The Art Museum of the University of Houston, Houston, TX
2001 Houston Composers Alliance; Shepherd School of Music, Rice University, Houston, TX
1998 Crosscurrent: Unquote Television; DUTV Cable 54, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA
1998 Art By Numbers; Walt Whitman Cultural Arts Center, Camden, NJ
1998 MicroCineFest; The Lodge, Baltimore, MD
1998 Independent Exposure ‘98; Blackchair Productions/The Speakeasy Cafe, Seattle, NJ
1998 THAW 98; University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA
1998 Independent Eye series; Maryland Public Television, Baltimore, MD
1998 ROSEBUD Festival; Foundry Theater, Washington, DC
1998 Independent Filmmakers’ Showcase; Bethesda Theater Cafe, Bethesda, MD
1997 28th Annual Sinking Creek Film & Video Festival; Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN
1997 NO-TV ‘97; The Media Center at Visual Studies Workshop, Rochester, NY
1997 image|architettura in movimento; University of Florence, Florence, Italy
1997-98 NEXTFrame; Philadelphia, PA (touring festival)


Tyson, Janet, Dornith Doherty and Serena Lin Bush, exhibition catalogue, 2006.
New American Talent: The Twentieth Exhibition, exhibition catalogue, 2005.
Faires, Robert. “Do It Yourself Biennial,” The Austin Chronicle, March 4, 2004.
French, Christopher. “In from the Edge: Media Art in Houston,” ArtsHouston Magazine, April 2004.
Sultan, Terrie, 2004 Houston Area Exhibition (catalog). Blaffer Gallery, The Art Gallery of the University of Houston, Houston TX, 2004.
Sultan, Terrie, Serena Lin Bush: Pause (catalog). Women and Their Work Gallery, Austin TX, 2001.
*van Ryzin, Jeanne Claire, “Gallery Watch”, Austin American-Statesman, June 2001.
Art Lies. Issue dedicated to discussions of digital art and processes. Winter 2000-2001.
*Klaasmeyer, Kelly, “Sing the Body Electric,” Houston Press, June 15, 2000.
Birringer, Johannes. “Burn Media Burn: (Texas) Video Art,” Art Lies, Winter 1999-2000.
Washington Review. ArtSites 98 catalog, June/July 1998.
Washington Review. April/May 1998.
Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. Vol. 30, No. 5, October 1997.
*Nuttycombe, Dave, “Really Rosie,” Washington City Paper; March 21, 1997.
*Burkitt, Janet, “Lights, Camera, Locals,” The Washington Post; March 20, 1997.
Leonardo: Journal of the International Society for the Arts, Sciences and Technology. Vol. 29, No. 5, October 1996.