A native Californian, I grew up in my mother's garden, cultivating
an early love of flowers and plants and wildlife. My most cherished
memories are of my mama’s hands covered in dirt, deep in soil, nurturing
the roots of new life. I learned to see the world through the lens of a quiet observer, noticing what others often overlooked while appreciating the intricacy of the little things. It's a perspective I've woven throughout my creative practice, as I gently nudge my community to slow down
and savor the beauty within and around them. To me, life is
about paying attention to those little everyday things.

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A native Californian, I grew up in
my mother's garden, cultivating an early
love of flowers and plants and wildlife. My most cherished memories are of my mama’s hands covered in dirt, deep in soil, nurturing the roots of new life. I learned to see the world through the lens of a quiet observer, noticing what was often overlooked while appreciating the intricacy of the little things. It's a perspective I've woven throughout my creative practice, as I gently nudge my community to slow down and savor the beauty within and around them.

To me, life is about paying
attention to those little things.

THE SEEDS OF MY STORY

A native Californian, I grew up in my mother's garden, cultivating
an early love of flowers and plants and wildlife. My most cherished
memories are of my mama’s hands covered in dirt, deep in soil, nurturing
the roots of new life. I learned to see the world through the lens of a quiet observer, noticing what others often overlooked while appreciating the intricacy of the little things. It's a perspective I've woven throughout my creative practice, as I gently nudge my community to slow down
and savor the beauty within and around them. To me, life is
about paying attention to those little everyday things.

More stories over at                       

A native Californian, I grew up in my
mother's garden, cultivating an early love
of flowers and plants and wildlife. My most cherished memories are of my mama’s hands covered in dirt, deep in soil, nurturing the roots of new life. I learned to see the world through the lens of a quiet observer, noticing what was often overlooked while appreciating the intricacy of the little things. It's a perspective I've woven throughout my creative practice, as
I gently nudge my community to slow down
and savor the beauty within and around
them. To me, life is about paying
attention to those little things.

Wildflowers blossom from the seeds
we scattered in the spring. An evolution
of color, once a sea of green, now vibrant
shades of red, orange, yellow, and violet. Hummingbirds and honey bees make their rounds, each taking turns to tango with
the sweet nectar in this ancient rite of
life. Such is the creativity that 
flourishes around me.


WELCOME TO MY SANCTUARY

THE SEEDS OF MY STORY

A native Californian, I grew up in my mother's garden, cultivating
an early love of flowers and plants and wildlife. My most cherished
memories are of my mama’s hands covered in dirt, deep in soil, nurturing
the roots of new life. I learned to see the world through the lens of a quiet observer, noticing what others often overlooked while appreciating the intricacy of the little things. It's a perspective I've woven throughout my creative practice, as I gently nudge my community to slow down
and savor the beauty within and around them. To me, life is
about paying attention to those little everyday things.

Wildflowers blossom from the seeds
we scattered in the spring. An evolution
of color, once a sea of green, now vibrant
shades of red, orange, yellow, and violet. Hummingbirds and honey bees make their rounds, each taking turns to tango with
the sweet nectar in this ancient rite of
life. Such is the creativity that 
flourishes around me.


A SANCTUARY IN THE TREES

I am living on the unceded ancestral
lands of the Coast Miwok people. It is with
gratitude and respect that I acknowledge the ancestors and elders of the Coast Miwok people, who have stewarded this land throughout the generations as sustainable agriculturalists. I hope to continue this reverence for Nature
and all that I can learn by listening to
what the land quietly teaches me. 

Wildflowers blossom from the seeds we scattered
in the spring. An evolution of color, once a sea of green,
now vibrant shades of red, orange, and yellow. Hummingbirds
and honey bees make their rounds, each taking turns to
tango with the sweet nectar in this ancient rite of life.
Such is the creativity flourishing around me.


A SAnctuary in the trees

I am living on the unceded ancestral lands of the Coast
Miwok people. It is with deep gratitude and respect that I acknowledge the ancestors and elders of the Coast Miwok people, who have stewarded this land throughout the generations as sustainable agriculturalists. I hope to continue this reverence
for Nature and all that I can learn by listening to what
the land quietly teaches me. 


A city whose rich cultural history is embedded in its
architectural diversity. From the corners of the Sistine Chapel
to the cobblestone of Rome's urban planning system, every site tells
a story. It was here, amidst aromas of homemade carbonara, that I began
to notice how communities interact with the design of their public spaces.

An interim pause between my BA and MA studies planted me at the center of
the museum world, first in London at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and then in
New York at the Whitney. I learned to appreciate how the spatial layout of an exhibit 
is influential in the way we move through the gallery and experience each story as it
unfolds. So while we may think of museums as mere containers, they are their own
visual studies, intentionally designed for interactive, educational experiences.

My return to academia for a Master’s degree at the University of Chicago marked a
deepening of my discourse around the relationship between people in public spaces
and the visual cues that inspire, challenge, disrupt, and connect them. This evolved
into the digital realm, where I began applying the design philosophy of interactive
spaces to the strategies I was developing for organizations to curate their own
online spaces in order to inspire an emotional resonance with their audience.

With nearly a decade of experience, I've led successful content marketing
strategies and community-focused initiatives across the arts, media,
lifestyle, and wellness industries. Today I'm proud to work with
womxn on weaving their own compelling visual stories.

And so, the dance continues.

A city whose rich cultural history is
embedded in its architectural diversity.
From the corners of the Sistine Chapel to the cobblestone of Rome's urban planning system, every site tells a story. It was here, amidst aromas of homemade carbonara, that I began to notice how communities interact with the design of
their public spaces.

An interim pause between my BA and
MA studies planted me at the center of the museum world, first in London at the V&A and then in New York at the Whitney. I learned to appreciate how the spatial layout of an exhibit is influential in the way we move through the gallery and experience each story as it unfolds. So while we may think of museums as mere containers, they are their own visual studies, intentionally designed for interactive, educational
experiences.

My return to academia for a
Master’s degree at the University of
Chicago marked a deepening of discourse
around the relationship between people in
public spaces and the visual cues that inspire, challenge, disrupt, and connect them. This evolved into the digital realm, where I began applying the design philosophy of interactive spaces to the strategies I was developing for organizations
to curate their own online spaces in order
to inspire an emotional resonance
with their audience.

I've since built nearly a decade of experience, leading successful content marketing strategies and community-focused initiatives across the arts, media, lifestyle, and wellness industries. Today, I'm proud to work with womxn on weaving
their own compelling visual stories.

And so, the dance continues.

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