I am an information designer and interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn, NY.
I currently work as a Civic Design Researcher at the Center for Civic Design.
My formal education in textiles influences both my art and design practices. The goal of my work is to prompt new ways to think critically about the structures around us, working towards future bureaucratic structures that support all people where they are.
Previously, I've worked as an information designer at Two Twelve, as a communications fellow at Eskolta School Research & Design, as a design assistant at Common Cause NY, and as a textile designer at Haptic Lab. I received my BFA in Textiles from Rhode Island School of Design, where I gave the 2018 Commencement Speech about breaking up with institutions.
My work has been shown at Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, the Sculpture Center, Frank Lloyd Wright’s Pope-Leighey House, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, RIT, and RISD’s Gelman Gallery. I attended my first residency at Monson Arts and my work is included in the book Crafting Democracy (RIT Press, 2019).
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