My work is an effort to create a space of shared empathy. Focusing on present-day web experience, I question how intimacy and empathy function in a world where information and resources are so easily created, shared, and expended. Through a process of self-archive, I collect and repurpose ephemera to locate glimpses of honesty in the fast-paced culture of the digital world.
Originally from Augusta, I am now living and working in Atlanta, Georgia. I am a 2017-18 Walthall Fellow at WonderRoot and an artist-in-residence at Atlanta Printmaker's Studio. In May 2017, I received my BFA from the Lamar Dodd School of Art where I studied printmaking & book arts. Summer 2016, I studied woodworking at Penland School of Craft . I wrote and self-published four books of poetry including one photography book entitled My Favorite Word is Nothing. I am currently writing my fifth book, Long Lasting Chew.