I moved to Brooklyn in 2002 to pursue a masters in painting from the Pratt Institute of Art. After finishing the program in 2005, my practice shifted from object making to performance. I found that in the ephemeral act of art making there were greater connections to the cores of my practice. That authentic work, for me, existed in the flexible overlaps between art and life, in the recognitions of performance in non-performative events and in the ever-changing  process of digging deeper. 

Currently, I'm developing an interdisciplinary performance called Untitled (Collaboration). Based in task and sound, this project aims to lower the wall between audience and performer, enabling a shared experience of clarity and uncertainty.