I was trained both as an artist and social worker and worked in both fields simultaneously until 2012 when I took a sabbatical from art making and have yet to return. At the time I closed my studio I was interested in working at the intersection of art and social networks. I sought out collaborative and interdisciplinary projects that could be documented online instead of in galleries. During the last two years of my art practice, I was working on projects and ideas concerned with social networks, information trading, knowledge preservation, and impermanence.


This website is an archive of my art practice, and I will be adding to it as I locate previous documentation.