EDUCATION

MFA, Photography, George Washington University, Washington, DC

BFA, Photography & Film, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

Solo & Two-Person Exhibitions

2018

ALTERED STATES, AAHD Gallery, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

2017

ALTERED STATES, Valet, Richmond, VA

2015

UNKNOWN SUBSTANCES, Furthermore, Washington, DC

2014

Ghosted: Seán Boylan & Evan Hume, curators: Dan Perkins & Camden Place, Delicious Spectacle, Washington, DC

2011

I’LL BELIEVE IN ANYTHING, Gallery 102, George Washington University, Washington, DC

Selected Group ExhibitionS

2019

About Future, Millepiani, Rome, Italy (forthcoming)

2018

Flat Rate Contemporary, inaugural online exhibition

2017

Clear for Landing, Hole In The Sky, Washington, DC
Home Grown, Transformer, Washington, DC
The Eye of Faith Flanagan, Studio 1469, Washington, DC

2016

This End Up, District of Columbia Arts Center, Washington, DC

2015

Transformer Flatfile at Fringe, Logan Fringe Arts Space, Washington, DC
Uncensored: Information Antics, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Library, Washington, DC
Migrational, Gallery 102, The George Washington University, Washington, DC
Locally Sourced, American University Museum, Washington, DC
Survey Says, EMP Collective, Baltimore, MD

2014 

UNSEEN, John Fonda Gallery, Baltimore, MD
(e)merge, jurors: Ai Weiwei, Misa Yoshitake, Jefreen M. Hayes; Capitol Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC

2013

The Fixed Shadow, jurors: Carol Panaro-Smith & James Hajicek, Robert & Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University, Dayton, OH
BODY OF WORK: Alan Callander / Evan Hume / Jenny Walton, curator: Faith Flanagan, Studio 1469, Washington, DC
Sights & Sounds, 16 First Street, Troy, NY
Similar Differences, curator: Liza Lee, MAXgallery, Artscape Gallery Network, Baltimore, MD
Photo/Video 13, jurors: Frank Goodyear, Kaitlin Booher, Alberto Gaitan; Artisphere, Arlington, VA
OPTIONS , curator: Gerald Ross, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA
Seventh Annual Photography Exhibition, curator: Bruce McKaig, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, DC

2012

Faculty Exhibition, Gallery 102, George Washington University, Washington, DC
Sixth Annual Photography Exhibition, curator: Bruce McKaig, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, DC

2011

(e)merge, Capitol Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC
Light-Struck: Abstract Photography Today, juror: Ellen Carey, Photostop Gallery, White River Junction, VT

2010

Verbal Input/Visual Output, curators: Susan Sherwood and Caranine Smith, Gallery 102, George Washington University, Washington DC
Traces, curators: Brynne McBryde and Danielle O’Steen, Gallery 102, George Washington University, Washington DC

2009

Making Muses, curators: Brynne McBryde and Danielle O’Steen, Gallery 102, George Washington University, Washington, DC
VCU Photography, juror: Tatiana Beylotte, 421 W. Broad St., Richmond, VA

Lectures/PErformances

2018

On UFO Photography, International Conference on the Image, Hong Kong

2017

Visiting artist lecture, George Washington University, Washington, DC

2016

A Personal Message for You, Chop Suey, Richmond, VA

2013

The CIA, UFOs, and Abstract Expressionism, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

Awards & Honors 

2018

Adjunct Faculty Research & Professional Development Grant, Virginia Commonwealth University

2013

Artist-in-residence, Contemporary Artists Center at Woodside, Troy, NY
Photo/Video 13 Jurors’ Choice Award, Artisphere
Photography Exhibition Award, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

2010

Morris Louis Fellowship in Fine Art, George Washington University
Singman Award, George Washington University

2009

Graduate Teaching Assistantship and University Fellowship, George Washington University

Bibliography

Smithson, Aline. “The 2019 Photographs in Conversation Exhibition” Lenscratch, May 31, 2019.
Page-Kirby, Kristen. "'Uncensored: Information Antics' at MLK Library examines how information relates to power and privacy" The Washington Post, September 24, 2015.
Bryant-Greenwell, Kayleigh. “Art for Our Sake” The Washington Times, October 3, 2014.
Cirisano, Tatiana. “Photography professor exhibits work inspired by stolen art, UFOs” The GW Hatchet, October 2, 2014.
"(e)merge art fair returns with four days of groundbreaking art and artists in downtown DC" The Washington Post, September 17, 2014.
O’Sullivan, Michael. “Body of Work: Alan Callander/Evan Hume/Jenny Walton” The Washington Post, August 9, 2013.
Jenkins, Mark. “Photo/Video 13” The Washington Post, July 19, 2013.
Ross, Gerald. "Evan Hume." Washington Project for the Arts' OPTIONS 2013 exhibition catalogue, April 2013.