I am an artist, designer and translator. I use images, language and the web to engage with communities in change and changing communities.
I grew up in California, then studied biology and art at Yale, where I worked at a traditional, student-run printing press and the library’s Art of the Book collection and also did graphic design for WYBC 1340am, the free-format college radio station. Next, I got my start as an artist and designer in New Haven on the team of the non-profit art center Artspace.
In 2006, I moved to Berlin to be part of the ever-changing, creative city and open my own studio in Friedrichshain. Here, I work on commissions from Berlin, New Haven and beyond, as well as my own art projects.
When not in the studio I can usually be found cooking or trying new restaurants, as well as exploring Berlin’s many farmer’s markets, flea markets, parks and side streets. I also like getting immersed in the local culture of other places, for example, by spending a week foraging in rural Brandenburg or learning to surf in Andalucia. Wherever I go, I bring back images, notes and ideas with me.
design: Ankestrick / Dorothee Hübner / Elena Grossman / Mieko Ishihara / Phoebe Kuo / Megan Mock / Multiverso / Recapturist / Timothy Gambell
food: Culinary Misfits / Markthalle IX / Ökomarkt am Kollwitzplatz / Rhee Food Lab / Türkischen Markt
Long Shot, Photocenter NW, Seattle, USA
Die Weiße Residenz: Künstlerische Fotografien der Gropiusstadt 2002-2012, Kulturamt Neukölln, Berlin
Shiny Pop, Artspace, New Haven, CT, USA
Glück Gehabt: Kunst im Untergrund, presented by the NGBK in subway stations across Berlin
Bei Durchreise Ankunft, Projektraum Alte Feuerwache, Berlin
Flatfile: New Acquisitions, Artspace, New Haven
2006 Invitational, John Slade Ely House, New Haven
Images, Shoreline Arts Alliance, Guilford, CT, USA
Local, Grand Projects, New Haven
Close to Home, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven
Photowork ‘04, Barrett Art Center, Poughkeepsie, New York
Fact / Fiction, Creative Arts Workshop, New Haven