I work in an expanded practice that examines aspects of ancestry as it influences the construction of identity, along with gender-based assumptions about freedom, the unknown and communication. I received an MFA from Winthrop University and have shown work at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, McColl Center for Visual Art, Dimanche Rouge in Paris, 10/12 Gallery in Brussels, defibrillator gallery, SUPERNOVA festival and other venues. I also serve as Director of Art Foundations at the University of Kentucky.
Journals of Separation
A Little Teacup Holds Up the Entire World