I’m an interdisciplinary artist and educator with a background in performance art and choreography. I currently teach circular design thinking at Parsons School of Design (The New School). I’ve served as a faculty member at the Amsterdam University of the Arts (School for New Dance Development), NYU Tisch School of the Arts (International Theater Workshop), and PAF Performing Arts Forum in France. My studies have included movement research, ecology, urban farming, mycology, and music.  

Collaborative practice is at the forefront of my work, which has been featured at numerous international festivals across Europe and North America. In these collaborations I have worked with youth, professional and amateur dancers, martial artists, musicians, and visual artists, to uplift diverse voices and perspectives. 

I teach didgeridoo as a therapeutic, meditative sound practice and perform at a variety of art venues. In all of my teaching, I employ principles of student-centered learning, engaged pedagogy, mindfulness and trauma-sensitive education. I facilitate nurturing environments that foster community building and mutual care. I cultivate student agency and critical thinking to help young artists articulate their creative vision and voice.