I love a long-lasting obsession. That's helpful, since the heart of my work is time. How we experience time, how the past continues in the present, and how the present manifests the future, whether through dominant narratives, power structures, the physical rock record, or garbage.
My practice is anchored in theater and performance making, but my work has taken many different forms including video, installations, audio work, and participatory and immersive experiences.
Besides my own work, I can often be found working alongside and collaborating with Aaron Landsman.
Some Points Along my Own Timeline:
In 2023, my one-on-one immersive piece Object Transfer Station was Cannonball Festival's panel pick for the Snack Track Award.
In 2021, I received the City Corps Grant presented by The New York Foundation for the Arts and The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs. I also was also Camp El Artist in Residence.
In 2020, I was a Culture Push Associated Artist, an organization that supports artists with boundary-pushing, interdisciplinary, and socially engaged projects.
In 2018, I was a fellow with EmergeNYC, an incubator for mostly POC, women, and LGBTQIA+ artists exploring the intersections of art and activism.
I hold a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Art, with a focus in Performance Creation, from Goddard College. I hold a Bachelor of Arts in International Studies from Portland State University. I completed the conservatory training program for actors at the Atlantic Acting School in New York City.