I am a visual and performance artist originally from Oklahoma and currently based in New York.
I have an unquenchable love of learning and graduated from Oklahoma City University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting, Bachelor of Arts in Studio Art, a minor in Directing, and a minor in Theatrical Production/Design (costume emphasis). I also studied violin and played in the orchestra throughout college.
Currently, I make performance art (sculptural, visual, durational, and meditative) and show in galleries and festivals. I oil paint and am taking classes at Woodstock School of Art as I develop a new painting series. I also love to weave and bind handmade journals with woven covers. To make a living, I write grant proposals for a performance art gallery and art model at many different classes and studios. I passionately love everything I do! I think everyone should find creative ways to put their passions together and make it their living and their life. Leap and the net will appear!
Life is an adventure and I love to travel. During college, I studied Shakespeare in London for a semester during the World Shakespeare Festival. After graduating, I helped start an experimental theatre company in Los Angeles. Next I went to New York City to find my performance art community, and found wonderful, inspiring people I continue to work with. Now I live in my new and ideal home, Rosendale, NY, surrounded by art and nature trails!
Right now, I'm deeply exploring my own spirituality and how I can do my part creatively to help the environment and the world.