For as long as I can remember, my life has consisted of being creative, whether I was drawing, sculpting with Play-Doh, or making jewelry from my stash of beads.
I was 14 when I took my first ceramic class. Shortly thereafter, I was introduced to glassblowing and spent every weekend at the University of Miami. I continued to blow glass all throughout high school and decided to pursue a degree in glass from the School for American Crafts at Rochester Institute of Technology. After graduating from RIT in 2010, I opened my own glass studio and art gallery in Western Massachusetts where I taught classes and featured over 20 artists in the gallery.
At the end of 2015, I made a decision to close my business and move to the DC area along with my husband and our two English Bulldogs. Shortly after moving, I decided to go back to school and pursue graphic design and enrolled at the Savannah College of Art and Design to further my education and pursue another passion.
When creating, I love bringing happy, whimsical, and colorful pieces to life. With each, I hope to take you on a journey to a joyous place in your imagination. I consider my style precise and graphic, but I believe that it's my sense of color that sets my work apart. In my spare time, I love exploring new ideas and create unique pieces with wool, paint, paper, inks, acrylics, polymer clay, copper, and resin.