I work within questions, musing on line, repetition, relationships and layered histories, exploring chance and control to create delicate, graphic compositions. Through my work I create spaces and moments of pause for the viewer to rest, reflect and engage.
My studio practice stems from observing and documenting patterns and forms in the built and natural worlds, and takes shape through drawing, painting and printmaking.
After earning a BFA in printmaking from Eastern Kentucky University, I spent two years at Penland School of Crafts as a Core Fellow. I have participated in residency programs at Penland School of Crafts, Arrowmont School of Crafts, Wells College, and Western New Mexico University.
I live in the mountains of southern New Mexico with my dog Crayola, where I maintain a studio practice and work as the print production manager at Power and Light Press.