I am an interdisciplinary artist in Phoenix, Arizona. I received my B.F.A in Intermedia from Arizona State University (2007) and am currently enrolled back at ASU for graduate studies. My entrepreneurial endeavors have included managing and producing a variety of art-centric events and exhibitions in the downtown; successfully piloting a craft gallery and community space in Central Phoenix; independent arts consultation, grant writing, curation, and installation. I am currently the Lead Curator for the local arts placement service Curator Engine. My artistic investigations center on the organization of information, community, and commerce, with research and production processes borrowing from the fields of performance, social practice, and web media. Notable projects include the Holgas Performance Series (2008), The Red Dress Tours (2011), her work with the USDAC (2013), and most recently the “Maybe Tomorrow, Darling” exhibition at Modified Arts (2015).