Grew up in the Midwest, attended the Minneapolis College of Art + Design,
earned a degree in Illustration, and moved to Seattle in 2009.
She does all the things. Her fashion and millinery work is featured in
international publications such as Marie Claire, Auxilliary, Institute, and Ellements Magazine. She has shown
alongside Voltaire and Melora Creager of Rasputina in many fashion shows in Minneapolis, Seattle, NYC, and Vancouver, BC and participated in group art shows in Seattle and Minneapolis.
Current projects include creating hats and headpieces
for fashion designer Samantha Rei, designing posters on the regular for local bands and events, and figuring out what in the world to do with her 1" button vending machine.
In her spare time she loves to photograph local Seattle bands, hula hoop, garden, and is learning how to oil paint.
Her design aesthetic is colorful yet simple and allows the artwork to shine. Her illustration work is both playful and lovely. Her girls are extension of playing dress up, beauty for beauty's sake, and probably a reflection of all the characters she really wants to be.