The first exploration of sculpture that set my career as an artist in motion.
Playing with the ever-compelling form of the tea pot
In my senior art exhibition, CONTACT, the humans/users become a sculptural element while listening to the recorded sound pieces.
Close up of mixed media autobiographical box project for 3D design class
Harvesting yellow dock in the Skagit Valley
It's a a thing a love to do–from style guides to writing features.
Dedicated a year to learning how to garden, raise chickens, and wildcraft.
Made a specific life design choice of only riding bikes and using public transportation while living in Los Angeles. Still a very golden memory of Santa Ana winds, lingering jasmine, and stealing meyer lemons.
I believe that participating in the CSA model is a radical act. There is no more direct way to vote with your dollar. This is a picture of how we carried our CSA share home on our backs for 6 miles each week on the mean LA streets.
Gathering field recordings with underwater mic in the Puget Sound for installation about research as performance.
Curated and created pieces for a video, sound, and sculptural installation.
An experiment in changing the context of a habit.
When assigned to build a boat in a sculpture class, I grew fungi in petri dishes and wrote a narrative about all the ways we make pilgrimages down to a molecular level.