Thanks for visiting! You'll find my new creative projects, MFA thesis work, and an archive of my commercial graphic design portfolio.
My current body of work encourages its participants to reconsider perception as an entirely unique phenomenon. Understanding that the simplest noise means different things to someone else is key for a peaceful, equal community. Often inspired by studying and experiencing synesthesia (the involuntary union of the senses), my projects begin with a vision that I press toward unrelentingly.
Features and News:
Synesthesia fans, don't worry: my most recent works about visualizing chronic pain and expressing its side effects on my life doesn't mean I'm changing course! See you at upcoming conferences.
Colleague Maureen Seaberg wrote a beautiful post about some of my work at Psycology Today!
Click here to get a free desktop image from my That Which Cannot Be Said With Words series! It's my way of saying thanks for the support of my work!
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