Artist Bio

For over 30 years I’ve created conceptual work using photography, performance and writing. I minored in creative writing and my black and white darkroom followed me wherever I went. I earned a full scholarship to the Photographic Center Northwest, where I deepened my process-oriented work.

My narrative work is inspired by dreams, which I act out improv-style before the camera. Since the late 1990s, I’ve shown regularly in both solo and group gallery shows, and was represented by Gallery 070 for almost a decade.

In January 2020 I organized Rodin’s Photographer, an exhibition at the Vashon Center for the Arts. The show featured my photos and writing, along with sculpture and dance performances.

Video and dance have expanded my vision in The Phoenix, selected for a 2021 Cornish Arts Incubator Residency. I managed the project residency, artists and theater staff, and performed in it as well.