TRONN has exhibited in group shows and one-man exhibits for the past several years in New York, Los Angeles, and during Art Basel Miami.  


2022: Debuted new work, "LITA and The Smiley Hearts" at Pop-up in Miami. Multiple pieces sold. 

2022: Commissioned to design Smiley Hearts in Neon for Miami Office Building. 

2009: Wrote the first edition of "The Smiley Hearts in 'Where Does Everything Come From' aka ' The Very Happy Universe'". 

2009: The Smiley Hearts are born again! 

2009: Director of Photography, "Beach Memories" film. 

2009: Exhibited in group show: Just Britney. World of Wonder Gallery. Hollywood, CA. Piece purchased for gallery's collection. 

2008: Paintings in group show: Andy Warhol Dead at 21. World of Wonder Gallery. Hollywood.  

2006: Named on of the 50 most influential people. "Miami Sunpost".  

2005: “Urban Decay.” Solo exhibit of photography during Art Basel. Urban Art Farm. Wynwood, Miami. 

2004: “Fuck Shame. Strip Fear.” Art Basel. Solo exhibit. Urban Art Farm. Miami. Multiple pieces sold. 

2003: “33.1 INsiTions”: Solo exhibit of conceptual text paintings. Diaspora Vibe Gallery. Miami Design District. Several pieces sold. 

1999-2001: Roving Fridays: Several pieces in op-up group shows. Wynwood, Miami. Several pieces sold. 

1998: "The Boy & The Prince", TRONN's first novel is completed.  

1994-95: Director of Development (Photography). IMG Models. New York.  

1992: “Adam and Eve” painting acquired for permanent collection. Museo Del Cuale. Mexico.  

1992: Group show. Galleria Pacifico. Mexico.  

1991: Group show. Arlene Altman Gallery. Beverly Hills.  

1989: Solo Exhibit. Red Zone Gallery. New York.  

1987: Facilitator and contributing artist on Keith Haring's Statue of Liberty Project. New York.  

1986: Collaboration with Keith Haring on mural. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  

TRONN's projects and ventures have repeatedly been covered in media outlets such as The New York Post, The New York Daily News, New York Magazine, Interview Magazine, Paper Magazine, Ocean Drive Magazine, The Village Voice, New Times, The Miami Herald, Sunpost, and on numerous cable network and cable TV shows, including MTV, VH-1 and Logo.  

TRONN has been featured in the following non-fiction and semi-fictitious books:  

So80s – Patrick McMullen  

The Golden Age of Disco – Anthony Haden Guest  

Party Monster – James St. James  

Clubland – Frank Owen  

Diary of a South Beach Party Girl – Gwen Cooper  

TRONN has been written about by the following journalists and authors and captured on film by the following photographers.  

Patrick McMullen, Richard Johnson, William Norwhich, Liz Smith, Francesco Scavullo, Dah-Len, Leslie Abravanal, Tara Solomon, Glenn Albin, Suzy Buckley, Tom Austin, Eric Newill, Jacquelynne Powers, Karl Simone, John Simone, Carl Zablotney, Jason Bell, William Iannarelli, Kevin Hopper, Andy Zeffer, Daisy D., Adora, Tony Miros, Peter Davis, Mark Berkley, Tina Paul, JR Davis, Jose Antonio, Tom Grizzle, Seth Browarnick, Mark Haines, Michael Murphy, Steven Saban, Brain Keith, Stephan Lupino, Tomas Loewi, Robert Lakow