Printmaking has been a useful medium for protest, for distributing knowledge, and for the decorative arts. I embrace all three aspects by using relief cuts to create interiors, wallpapers and artist books with a feminist point of view. I have always been a fan of magical realism in literature and the idea that the impossible can happen in everyday life. I use photos from my house, art historical references, and design magazines to illustrate the tension between order and disorder.
I am a long-time resident of Boston, MA. I moved to Boston to attend the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, I graduated from UMass Boston, and received my Ed.M in Arts Education from Harvard. Being part Canadian, I longed to spend time in Canada and moved to Toronto to complete my MFA at York University. I am represented by 13 Forrest Gallery and show my work nationally and internationally. Currently I have work in two international print shows: the 8th International Juried Print Exhibition in Albuquerque, NM and the 7th Biennial Footprint International Competition 2020 at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, CT.