Born in Salinas, California in 1989

Lives and works in Portland, Oregon

Relocating to Providence, Rhode Island in Fall 2024


2026 – Master of Fine Arts in Sculpture from Rhode Island School of Design

2023 – Bachelor’s of Science in Art Practice from Portland State University

2015 – Internship at Oregon Museum of Science and Industry

2015 – Associate’s Degree in Apparel Design from Art Institute of Portland


2025The Vestibule in Seattle Washington. Group show. Time is the Subject.

2024Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts. Fundraiser show, Imagination Menagerie.

2024 Oregon Contemporary Artists' Biennial. Group show in collective with chimæra/project.

2024 – Bean + Log in Brooklyn. Group show: Ask To See My Hands curated by Jomani Danielle.

2024 – Parallax Art Center in Portland Oregon. Group show. : s y m b i o s i s :

2023 – MK Gallery at Portland State University. Solo show. We Are Our Own Weavers.

2023 – Parallax Art Center in Portland Oregon. Group show. The t4t Art Collective.

2023 –, a collaborative temporary art space at Lloyd Center. Group show.

2023 – Cannon Gallery at Western Oregon University. Chosen as 1 of 3 artists. Catalyst.

2022 – MK Gallery at Portland State University. Group show. The t4t Art Collective.

2022 – Afru Gallery in Portland Oregon. Group show.

2022 – Hollywood Bizarre in Portland Oregon. Group show.

2019 – Hypnagogia Festival at Red Hawk Avalon. Installation.

2014 – Portland Fashion Week, won design contest. Group show.




2024Ford Family Foundation Visual Arts Program Critical Conversations Grant, recipient with collaborators through The t4t Art Collective's : s y m b o s i s : show.

2024Parallax Art Center Artist-in-Residence, honorable mention prize.

2023 – Arlene Schnitzer Visual Arts Prize, honorable mention / jury commendation.

2023 – Invent Oregon, Visionary Award. Statewide student innovation competition.

2023 – McGlasson Prize for Textile Arts, recipient for prize emphasizing thoughtful application of textiles process in one's practice.

2023 – International Sculpture Center, nomination for the Outstanding Student Achievement in Contemporary Sculpture Award.

2023 – Cleantech Challenge, 1st Place. Portland State University's clean energy contest for student innovators.

2022 – Lookout Arts Quarry, artist-in-residence. 1 month residency in Bellingham Washington.


2024Pilchuck Glass School. 2-week session learning neon tube glass with Leticia Maldonado.

2024Pacific Northwest College of Art, mentor. Artist mentor for an MFA student in Spring 2024 semester.

2023 – Midori Hirose, project assistant. Artist's assistant through APANO for Midori's Furin Bell Community Art Project.

2022 – Arts for Learning NW (formerly Young Audiences), mentor-designer for high school students through the SHIFT Project, culminating in a showing at Oregon Contemporary.

2022 – The t4t Art Collective, creator & curator. Creating opportunities and community for transgender artists.