I am a multidisciplinary artist, fabricator and teacher. My studio practice is informed by the effects of our current technological pursuits in relation to surveillance technologies, romanticism and ideas of ruin. These ideas are expressed through a variety of media including photography, video, drawing, installation and bookmaking. My aesthetic is influenced by science fiction, gothic architecture painting, sculpture and cinema. My work has been exhibited in a variety of venues and in many forms. I hold a BFA in graphic design from UMASS Dartmouth, and an MFA in interdisciplinary studio art from the Maine College of Art (MECA). In 2007 I attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture summer residency. Currently, I teach at MECA where I run the school’s digital fabrication lab.