I am a textile designer and artist from Cleveland, Ohio’s west side. I was born into a family of artists and art enthusiasts who have influenced me immensely.
I create work that invites the viewer to step back and simply observe: my imagery provides a space of calm and momentary peace. Traditional hand processes combined with contemporary techniques are utilized to both remember the past and move forward with the present. Drawing from textiles and imagery from art history, architectural history, and my own personal history, I aim to make accessible to many what was once enjoyed by few.
In June of 2018 I received a BFA in fibers with a minor in art history from the Savannah College of Art and Design in Savannah, Georgia.
Currently, I design area rugs for Balta Group in Atlanta Georgia.
I truly just want to be Martha Stewart.