I am an artist and an educator. I draw on neurology and psychology to understand how we perceive and process visual information. My interest in the history of self-portraiture reflects changing cultural conceptions of self over time, and how digital media influence current representations of self.
I hold an MFA in Craft from the Oregon School of Art and Craft. I earned an MAT with a focus in Art Education from Lewis and Clark College, and a BA in Anthropology from Stanford University. I currently teach in the MAT program at Lewis and Clark College.