I was born and raised throughout Southern California and am currently living and working in San Diego, CA. With a background in photography and graphic design, my work moved to site-specific interventions and video installations prior to obtaining my BFA in Intermedia at Arizona State University in 2013. While at ASU, I participated in many public and community collaborations including: Embracing Our Differences in Sarasota, FL (2012), Something to Write Home About at the Glendale Jazz and Blues Festival in Glendale, AZ (2012), as well as Feast on the Street created by Claire Patey and Matthew Moore in Phoenix, AZ (2013).
I obtained my MFA in Sculpture from San Diego State University in 2016. Recent shows during and after my degree include State at the Art Produce Gallery in San Diego, CA (2014), the 2014 Carlsbad Biennial in Carlsbad, CA, the Commonplace show in Encinitas, CA (2015), Coyotes, Whiskey, and Fireworks at San Diego State University (2016), The Next Big Thing show in Camarillo, CA (2016), and two more solo shows of Coyotes, Whiskey, and Fireworks at Imperial Valley College in El Centro, CA and at the Museum of Art and History (MOAH:CEDAR) in Lancaster, CA (2016 & 2017, respectively).