After growing up in Wylie, Texas, I earned a B.A. in Theology from Criswell College in Dallas, an M.A. in Liberal Arts from St. John’s College in Annapolis, Maryland, and an M.F.A. in Intermedia Studio from The University of Texas at Arlington. In 2011 with Daniel Bernard Gray, I co-founded Zosima Gallery, an itinerant exhibition project, which is currently on hiatus. I teach art at the University of Texas at Arlington. I am a member of the feminist collective Sister Death.


My creative practice incorporates video, sound art, photography, drawing, zines, events, installations, and walks that explore the relationships between language, belief, and power. I am particularly drawn to exploring the gaps between ideals about equality in the United States and the striking inequalities in our society. I have shared my work in exhibitions and public spaces throughout the United States and internationally. For a detailed history, see my curriculum vitae.


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