About Me.

I am an artist, curator, and organizer dedicated to building ethical relationships between institutions and the communities that surround them. This practice ranges from curating public space, state policy and organizational restructuring. Using social practice art as my medium, my goal is paint perspectives that serve a purpose beyond the canvas.

I have worked with Colorado state legislators as well as dozens of North Carolina private and public stakeholders to guide the practice of ethical redevelopment, encouraging the initiation of  adaptive reuse for endangered historic communities. By building bridges between stakeholders from all walks of life, I believe that this age of urban revitalization can not only be done ethically but with cultural competence that does not erase the history of marginalized demographics.

What you will view here is a digital archive of my work, which seeks to reflect the ongoing mission of social practice art as a continuum. Thank you for your interest.