BA, Hampshire College; MFA, Savannah College of Art and Design; Professional Teaching Certificate, Johns Hopkins University
She has previously taught Drawing and Painting, Art and Anatomy, and Isssues in Contemporary ARt at Bard as well as serving as a mentor teacher 2015-2018 and Bard Early College Fellow 2016-2018. She is away from Bard this year conducting sabbatical research on art and exploration. She is currently en route to Quito, participating in a group Fulbright project: Ecuador, Culture and Biodiversity, which will be published on National Geographic’s Open Explorer platform. She will be training teachers in arts integration technique at Coppin State in August for Maryland Center for Creative Classrooms. She will be participating in a related curriculum development project on biodiversity in Madagascar in September, and will return to the studio for art and writing time before participating in artistic research in yet-to-be-determined locations this spring. Possible digital storytelling curriculum project with explorer Felipe DeAndrade and teachers in Costa Rica as well but still in planning stages. Likely to be offline when travelling to remote locations in Ecuador and Madagascar.