Born in 1980, Manchester, New Hampshire, USA. Her early life was surrounded by creativity and art growing up. First by her father’s love of woodworking in his shop and then by her artist aunt taking her along to watercolor courses at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, Massachusetts. She continued her passion for art by pursuing Fine Arts at Pratt Institute of Art in Brooklyn, New York and then continuing on to obtain a Bachelor of Fine Arts Sculpture at Plymouth State University in 2005.
In 2011, she moved to Lugano, Switzerland with her family where she has since lived and worked as an artist. In the beginning of 2015, she began an apprenticeship to learn the lost wax bronze casting process at Perseo Fonderia d’Arte in Mendrisio, Switzerland. It was there she developed a new love and passion for bronze art technique within sculpture.
Her most recent work and projects have consisted of exploring the transformation within ourselves that occurs over the course of our lives and existence. How people grow, as artists, as family members and beings in society. How beliefs and credence morph and change over the years and how while some people grow, others wither. “In these years, more than ever before, we are all connected through use of technology in such a rapid state that is affects the very beings that we are within our core.” Exploring those connections and changes with the beliefs behind them has become her source of inspiration in her most recent works.