Born in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1971, Woods spent his childhood in New York City and Madrid, Spain. He has lived for extensive periods in both Spain and the U.S. He attended Tyler School of Art’s program in Rome and graduated from Middlebury College in 1993.
From 1999 until 2004 Woods formed a collaborative partnership with the Spanish artist Mónica Fuster, the focus of which was mainly site-specific projects, and their work was shown in numerous group and individual exhibitions in Europe. In 2004 a selection of their drawings on plexiglass was included in a contemporary drawing show at the CAC Málaga Museum, and in 2003 their installation Lair formed part of an important 25 year survey exhibition of art in Spain at the MUVIM, Valencia. In 2002 they were selected by the Palais de Tokio (Paris) curators Nicolas Bourriaud & Jerôme Sans to receive the Fundación Altadís Public Art Prize, for their project Helium.
Woods’ paintings have been exhibited in Europe and the United States: at Galería Pelaires - Palma de Mallorca, at Slowtrack - Madrid, Tim Sheward Projects - London, The Royal Standard - Liverpool, CAC Málaga - Málaga, Rena Bransten Gallery - San Francisco, Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art - Mallorca, Galería T20 - Murcia, Galería Maior - Mallorca and Vacío 9 - Madrid, among others.
He is represented in important public collections, particularly in Spain, including the CAC Málaga Museum; Fundación La Caixa; Colección Caja Madrid; Es Baluard Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Mallorca; Fundación Pilar i Joan Miró, Mallorca; and The Benetton Collection, Milan, among others.