I am a performer, collaborator, artist, and educator based in Baltimore, MD. I graduated from the University of Michigan in 2017 with a BFA in Interarts Performance.
Much of my work is collaborative. I am a member of Call Your Mom, a multimedia making family made up of myself, E Cadoux, Sophie Goldberg, and Mia Massimino. The collective has been working together since 2014 to explore ideas of intimacy and communication and test the boundaries of relationships between audiences and performers.
I am also a digital storyteller interested in archiving personal histories. My most recent oral history project, Life Histories of Hamtramck, is an online database that presents a series of interviews and photographs from a neighborhood inside Detroit, MI. I presented an excerpt of this work at the American Historical Association's 132nd annual meeting in Washington, D.C.
Facilitating arts workshops is an important part of my practice. I have worked with college students at the University of Michigan, inmates at a Michigan correctional facility, elementary school students at a D.C. quaker camp, high school students in Detroit, MI, and young people in Baltimore, MD.
I currently work as a photo, video, and audio instructor for Wide Angle Youth Media, a non-profit that provides free media education to Baltimore youth. I also work at Red Emma's, a worker-owned radical info shop, coffee roaster, vegetarian restaurant, and event space.