Exploration, memory and creative play are all realms that can “tickle the brain.” She finds this to be an integral part of her process. Her current work involves painting,photography along with the combination of both in digital imagery. Many of her works explore the concept of landscape. They are based on personal experiences where composition and light are used to intensify artistic expression.
She received her B.A. in Fine Arts from Rutgers, University, where she majored in painting and education. She continued her education through studies with ceramist, Ka-Kwong Hui,watercolorist, Diana Patton, and master calligrapher, Margaret Mah. Ceramics, Photography and printmaking were further explored at RVCC, and NYU, Tisch where she received her M.A. in museum studies.Experiences were a wonderful part of her education as well. She was fortunate enough to work at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The NewYork Public Library, New York University, Honolulu Academy of Fine Arts in Hawaii and the Middlesex Cultural and Heritage Commission, NJ. She currently teaches art at Lawrence High School, Lawrenceville, NJ.
She has exhibited her work in the Princeton and in the Central Jersey area. Some of her work can be found in private collections within the tri-state region, California and Hawaii. Her primary focus continues to be on education, her inspiration comes from exploration of the beauty and complexity of people, places,objects and ideas that surround us.