As a sculptor and maker, the exciting opportunities that occur while exploring connections between methodology and material drives my practice forward. Medium that retains touch and memory through various modes are employed when creating art that is instinctual and self-reflective. With a practice firmly rooted in the studio, I have also found approaching inquiries from a variety of sources such as poetry, performance, and sound effective in creating a rich narrative that appeals to the senses and generates deeper involvement. Currently, my explorations delve into notions of mothering and stewardship, the relationships we nurture with the land and those that inhabit it.


     A self-taught painter, I made the decision in 2011 to seek out instruction in sculpture. I have recently completed a BFA at OCADU in the Sculpture and Installation Program. Studio visits welcome.