I've been making things my entire life. The need to create and construct has driven me since I could first hold a pencil or a hammer. Art has saved me, frustrated me, broken my heart and glued it back together again.
I was born in Micronesia, where I spent an entire 10 days complete with double rainbows, near-miss hurricanes, the constant sound of waves and people who named me for their own. My childhood in Ann Arbor, Michigan instilled in me a love of nature and a need to be outdoors as much as possible. I've lived in several cities across the U.S. in the time since, attending Houston's HSPVA (and thus not just surviving High School but even, occasionally, relishing it) and earning my BFA at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
After many relocations over the intervening years, I returned to Houston, drawn by my family and the incredibly diverse and empowering art community, and have built my home and studio here.
To read more about me and my artwork, please visit the following links:
My story in “Voyage Houston”
My interview in “Houston Modern Luxury”