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Act I
After receiving a BA in graphic design from Stockton University in NJ, I worked as an artist in the video game industry at several studios in the San Francisco Bay Area, the last one being the mothership: Electronic Arts. While working full time, I maintained an active studio practice in the Belcher Artists building (it was on Belcher Street—not that we were a bunch of burping artists!). During these years I participated in several group shows: 16th St. Studios, Mad River Post, San Francisco Women Artist’s Gallery, and Open Studios. I was a board member of Bay Area Artist Resource which was an early online community to support and promote artists (now defunct).

Act II
Big move from SF to Philadelphia! (Why you say?) Left video games behind and started my own graphic design studio. From 2008-2016, I was on the board of Positive Space, a Fishtown based arts group. I currently volunteer with PEP (Programs Employing People) in their visual arts program, teaching art to people with disabilities.

Scaled down my graphic design business to focus on creating my art. Initiated and coordinated a hyperlocal neighbors art project during the early lockdown period of the pandemic, involving six neighbors collaborating on and circulating collage pieces. I work daily in my home art studio in Fishtown.


Cerulean Arts’ 9th Annual Juried Exhibition June 16 – July 18, 2021
viewable in person & online here


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