I am an artist and designer working at the intersection of digital media and physical craft. My current research explores the role a personal narrative in the convergence of virtual and physical space. I am completing my MFA in Design and Technology at Parsons The New School for Design. I graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in General Sculptural Studies in 2007. In 2006, I completed a marketing internship at the Contemporary Museum in Baltimore MD, where I promoted the show Headquarters: Investigating the Creations of the Ghetto and the Prison Industrial Complex. After graduating, I worked at the Seattle Art Museum, where I produced gallery signage and graphics for exhibitions. Since moving to New Jersey I have worked on a variety of freelance projects for Jeff Mach Events, CraftHub, and the Owl Moon Raptor Center.


Art, animation, virtual and mixed reality, transmedia storytelling, wearable computing, performance, 3D printing, illustration, graphic and web design, exhibition design, photography, typography, museums, education, interaction design, games, emerging technologies, physical computing, drawing, painting, collage, fashion.