My work as an interdisciplinary artist is guided by a curiosity with how people communicate through social interaction and collaboration, and how art and design can serve as tools for deepening understandings of ourselves and our world.
I am interested in non-traditional design education; land-use, climate change, and human conceptions of time; group dynamics and conflict; nonduality and the definition of self; and resilience at the end of the Anthropocene.
I also work as a traditional visual designer, a part-time farmer (currently landless—got leads?), and as an adjunct instructor of design. In Fall 2018 I began graduate studies in Portland State University's Art and Social Practice program.