“Every child is an artist, the problem is how to remain one after you grow up.”
m y s t o r y
Born into a family of makers and entrepreneurs, my creativity was encouraged and enriched from a young age. Throughout my childhood, I explored and studied drawing, choreography, textiles, photography, painting, and more and this compulsion to create remained with me through each phase of development.
After graduating from Belmont University with a Bachelor of Arts, I specialized in Montessori education and spent five years teaching at a local Montessori school. While I love working with children and facilitating holistic growth through their areas of interests, leading a classroom began to take its toll on my own creative development and output, and in 2018 I left the classroom to devote more resources to deepening my studio practice.