Born in San Diego, CA

Lives & works in Washington, DC


Intuition has been the driving force behind her practice. Ideas of chaos vs order and evolution vs entropy continue to fuel the work.  

Today, the border is very much in the zeitgeist. The border spaces around the studio change shape daily with gentrification. People continue to be categorized by their border status: native, settler, refugee, asylum seeker, migrant, etc. But it is in the space of the border where we connect or disconnect.  By defining space — or, in some cases, by breaking it up — both order and its opposite are referenced, alternately building up and breaking down the boundaries that stand in for human connection and isolation.

Her work is included in the permanent collections of the 

US Embassy in Ethiopia, the US Embassy in Nepal,

the Wilson Building (DC City Hall), National Institutes of Health,

Children’s National Medical Center, the Union of Concerned Scientists, and the University of Georgia as well as in many private collections.


She has been awarded Visual Artist Fellowship grants from the

DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities in 2019, 2018, 2017

and 2009.