I am an interdisciplinary maker and artist born and raised in Houston, Texas. I am a recent graduate from Carnegie Mellon University with a Bachelor of Science and Arts in Neurobiology and Art and a minor in Media Design.
When I committed to CMU to study biology, I thought my art journey would fade into a hobby. However, during my first semester, I felt lost without the other half of my brain and transferred into the interdisciplinary BXA intercollege degree program where I could study both science and art, blending my two passions. This interdisciplinary course allowed me to explore media and style, creating large-scale installations, scientific illustrations, and fashion collections.
Now, in my final year, I have developed a method of freehand sewing machine embroidery and consider myself mainly a fiber artist/thread painter. My practice is now centered around making sewing machine drawings and wearables that celebrate the human form and anatomy.