I was born and raised in Verona, Wisconsin. As the youngest child in a military family learning about the world through that context opens up a multitude of complexities. It honed my abilities to interpret the abstraction of information through codification. The revealing and concealing of “reality” set me on a path searching for the whispers of truth.
Shortly after completing my MFA in 2017, I had the distinct honor of participating in the Land Arts of the American West field study program. This transmutation of interdisciplinary practices sparked an entirely new line of questioning. I became sensitive to the perceptual segmentation of “environment” into spaces and places such as “nature,” “area of sacrifice,” or “Walmart parking lot.” I am interested in the transformative abilities of artwork to compress conceptual boundaries formed through language. Traversing what is known, unknown, unknown knowns, and unknown unknowns, as well as site verse non-site manifests as transmedia artworks.