We embroider memories onto lace. As I draw, I court mistakes to be fidelitous to that lace - its frames or threadless spaces.
I am interested in seeing patterns that guide us. As such, I ask questions, like:
Can we rely on our collective narratives?
What methods best approximate truth?
I work with highly abstract-representational images and prose. To me, deconstructing assumptions is imperative to individual and societal function, and as an author/illustrator, I work toward this end.
I am the fifth of six siblings. I graduated in 2018 with a BS in biochemistry, after completing a fifth year in American Race Relations through a Take Five Scholarship at University of Rochester.
I am lucky to love many things, including biking and snowfall and Pai Guat, my loaf dog.
My studio is at The Yards Collective in the Rochester Public Market.
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