As a teaching artist, curator, host, and presenter, I strive to create meaningful outreach and educational activities that connect participants with their creative selves and the worlds we inhabit. Specializing in site-specific work and projects that incorporate local history and ecology, I aim to illuminate and celebrate new connections that make our communities stronger and more vibrant. From curating and hosting the Making Music Conversations Series at the U of MN and Walker Art Center, to the Monarch Magic! Community Art + Nature Workshops series, I relish opportunities to bring artistic practices to light and accessible to a wide range of attendees and participants.

I have successfully completed the “Art-Train” artist consulting program at Springboard For The Arts, and have wide-ranging experience in partnering with local community organizations to collaboratively design and present innovative engagement activities in a variety of communities.