I am an experimental filmmaker, media collaborator, choreographer, and performer. My films have shown at Slamdance, Antimatter, Chicago Underground Film Festival, ADF’s Movies by Movers, and selected exhibitions at the Rochester Contemporary Art Center, Whitney Humanities Center at Yale University, and the London Bow Arts Gallery, among others.

I have collaborated with choreographers to create interactive textures, films, and video projections. Recent collaborations include Luc Vanier’s GREENGLASSDOOR project, Danceworks Performance Company + Theatre MXT, and Super 8 / video projections for Simone Ferro’s Washington Square Park Project; a collaboration between the Dance, Film, and Architecture Departments at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. I view curation as an extension of my creative practice. My Summer Series curation project invites choreographers and filmmakers nationwide to present work and discuss process.

My practice is rooted in somatic-based inquiry and energetic movement patterns/rituals. I have a BFA in Contemporary Performance & Choreography, and a BA in Psychology. My training in the Alexander Technique has largely influenced my process both as an artist and educator. I studied Film, Video, Animation, and New Genres at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, where I graduated with my MFA in 2018. I currently teach in the Cinema Department at Binghamton University.