When I'm not working at my nine to five grind, I like to spend my time making up-cycled women's fashions, hand embroidered baby bibs, and whimsical unnecessary accessories. All of my embroidery is hand drawn and then transferred to textiles. My silkscreen art is an amalgamation of drawn and found images.
My formal training started at the age of seven when I would sit beside my Grandmother and work on small handstitched projects. I continued my studies in my twenties, when I inherited her sewing machine and her legendary sewing chest. Lately I've discovered that accidently shrinking an expensive wool sweater isn't really a bad thing.