The world is watching: one cannot walk through a meadow or forest without a ripple of report spreading out from one’s passage. The thrush darts back, the jay squalls, a beetle scuttles under the grasses, and the signal is passed along.

—Gary Snyder, Practice of the Wild

As an interdisciplinary thinker, I work at the intersection between ecology, language, alchemy, and the body. Recurring themes include a fascination with atmospheric forces, plants, phenomenology, and color. Using the lyrical essay as method, I loosely assemble scientific research, historical and pop culture references with personal reflection, to explore our relationship to the natural world, interspecies dependency, and models of resiliency. I use design to publish, archive, and visually score projects that may include installation, video, sculpture and performance. I teach design at Pratt Institute. My work is represented by Melhop Gallery.





Biomaterials Course, Prattfolio

Field Notes Exhibition
Symbiotic Futures Course
Colorant Journal

Pratt Research, Innovation Award
Rogue Nevada
Emergency Index, Vol.8
New York Times, Arts
The New Museum, Exhibitions