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i became obsessed with moving to nyc after watching home alone 2 and now im here (+ thing found in my room)

Since January, I've went through a painful breakup,opened a retirement account, moved to brookyln, watched "when they see us,joined a gym started taking T and a whole host of things. This was a mediation and process made real, on all the new changes and things I've learned.


Includes 3 hand- sewn, pamphlet books and bigger collage piece

there's always white noise on tv, in horror movies

an installation where you duck under this blacked out shelter and are then subjected to a tense, slightly subdued soundscape. Layered over each other are audio samples of news reports, speeches, and interviews -exploring 2016 U.S. politics and media banter, with a focus on racism, sexism, and xenophobia


headphones highly recommended



an artist book combining imagery and poetry to depict what it means to be heavy


Japanese bookbinding, bound in Japanese book cloth, printed on BFK, Canson, and inkjet transparent paper


a reflection of my time abroad in Italy and how I have grown as a person and artist / the time I‘ve spent in the city, spent in my apartment, spent with my roommates, spent with others have contributed to a renewed sense of self, shiny and new. Incorporating items from my adopted Italian home life


accompanied by an audio collage of recorded sounds of the city, meant to appeal to multiple senses to provide a more immersive space.


materials include:


dead plant

birth control

fanta orange pop

peach tea bags

black pepper

black salt (empty)

2 wine bottles (empty)

school folder

white salt (empty)

flamin hot cheetos


kit kat



cough drops



mardi gras mask




toy car

glitter (gold & bronze)




honey jar (empty)

worn map

clothes pin

spot lights

spray adhesive

dead leaves


fruit snacks


silk scarf


sketch book


2 lighters




this is just how i feel though

A series of pins using made using Adobe Illustrator, wood, a laser cutter and metal from the scrap bin, that are meant to convey an honest state of mind.


These pins are meant to take wearing your heart on your sleeve literally - or at least enact some public display of emotion that you can wear on your lapel. The idea is that they'll help with ease the weight of existing.


wood x acrylic x dyed feathers x thread x metal