I am an artist, designer. and researcher who works within the complex and innately subjective spaces of care, healing, trauma, and pleasure. I believe our body is the most powerful technology, so my approach is always intimate and embodied. The outputs are not precious, though; they are meant to be activated by imagination, interaction, and dialog that asks the tough questions of “what if…?” and “how will we…?” in order to move together toward a different reality in which every individual feels safe, seen, and whole.
My background in research, health, and multimedia storytelling has taken me around the world to live and work in Argentina, Rwanda, Spain, and Australia. I received my MFA from the Media Design Practices program at ArtCenter and held a solo exhibition at Gallery 30 South in Pasadena. San Francisco is currently home.