Through my drawings, I investigate the ambiguity of space. Whether inspired by built form or natural context, my art is constructed of an armature of light. Light, or what looks like atmosphere or fog, is engaged in dematerializing the architectural elements depicted. This treatment of light creates a spatial disconnect with an ambiguity of depth and motion. It also creates prismatic light and makes the drawings feel like they are woven into the space of the paper itself.

Last year, I had a two month solo exhibit at La Toletta Spazio Eventi in Venice, Italy which coincided with the opening of the Venice Biennale. I am currently preparing for another solo exhibit opening September 7th in Venice at Venice Photography. My first Venice exhibit was featured in Il Gazzettino, the main newspaper in Northeast Italy.

In the last seven years, I have exhibited in four separate museum shows, including the Tchoban Foundation Museum of Architectural Drawing in Berlin, Germany, as well as the Springfield Museum of Art and twice at the Brattleboro Museum of Art in the United States. I was also invited back to Berlin in 2017 to exhibit at the Architektur Galerie Berlin as well as the Building Centre in London. My drawings are represented by Gurari Collections in Boston Massachusetts, where I have had three solo exhibits and numerous group shows.

My drawings are in private and public collections, including thE Tchoban Museum, the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, the Smith College Museum of Art and MGM Resorts International. My work has been written about in American Art Collector (two features), Artscope Magazine, Design New England, Preview Magazine, CUBE Berlin, Bauwelt Magazine and Been Magazine in Switzerland. I also exhibited at the 10th annual Supersonic Invitational at Hashimoto Contemporary in L.A. which was presented by Harman Projects.

I have an undergraduate degree in Art History from Tufts University and a graduate degree in Architecture from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.