I’m an interdisciplinary artist, educator, sound explorer, mushroom lover, and compost enthusiast. I’m passionate about earth care, animal welfare, social justice, and community building.

I have a background in choreography, making site-specific and interdisciplinary movement art for theaters, gallery spaces, festivals, urban locations, and places in nature. For several years, I taught movement research and composition at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam and at the International Theatre Workshop of NYU Tisch School of the Arts. I mentored students in their artistic process and facilitated immersive workshops, synthesizing conceptual art and embodied movement practices.

In recent years, my interest has shifted toward environmental and food justice, urban community farming, and mycology. As a student at Farm School NYC, I had the opportunity to immerse myself in community-based activism, working toward food sovereignty and upending racism in the food system.

I currently teach Sustainable Systems at Parsons School of Design in NYC and online didgeridoo lessons at DidgeProject. I’m also a student of Environmental Studies at The Schools of Public Engagement, The New School.