updated cv

Seminar Artist @ Red Dirt Studio, Mt. Rainier, MD | July 2016- Present

Resident Artist @ District Clay Center, Washington, DC | September 2015-July 2016



2015 | BA in Sculpture from Guilford College, Greensboro, NC

concentration: Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality studies

2013 | Penland School of Arts and Craft, Penland, NC

Exhibited Work


Land/Trust | Meyerhoff Gallery, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD

Fight Toxic Prisons Convergence | University of Pittsburgh School of Law, Pittsburgh, PA

Nydorf’s Gift: Guilford Printmakers 1978-2018 | Founders Gallery, Greensboro, NC


ARTINA: (Re)Use and Abuse of the Land | Sandy Spring Museum, Sandy Spring, MD

Creative Corridor: Artists of the Gateway Arts District | Marlboro Gallery, Prince George’s  

Community College, Largo, MD


Homegrown Talent | District Clay Center Gallery, Washington, DC

Transmogrify | Center for Visual Arts, Greensboro, NC


PITH | Guilford College Senior Art Thesis Exhibition, Founders Gallery, Greensboro, NC



“Fieldwork: Relationships and Responsibilities to the Land”

Roundtable, Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, MD, January 2018

“Public Soil Memory for the Plantationocene”

39th St Gallery, Brentwood, MD, September 2017

“Beside Paranoia: An Exploration of the Dan River Coal Ash”

      Guilford Undergraduate Symposium, Greensboro, NC, May 2015

“Reciprocity, Respect, and the New Doctrine of Discovery: Grounding the Ethics of Traditional Healing Knowledge”

Hege Library, Greensboro, NC, August 2014


“How the Soil Remembers Plantation Slavery,” co-authored with Bii Robertson for Edge Effects Magazine, March 2018

Writing and Research Support for Artist Mother Studio at the Washington Project for the Arts, Fall 2018

Co-editor of Maternal Journal zine, published in 2018


Guitar Instructor, Girls Rock Camp DC, July 2018

Band Coach (Collaboration Facilitator), Girls Rock Camp DC, June 2017

Glaze Techniques: Spray Booth Workshop, District Clay Center, March 2016

Shop Assistant, Wood and Metal Shop, Guilford College, Professor Mark Dixon, 2014

Teaching Assistant, "Sound, Art, Noise", Guilford College, Professor Mark Dixon, 2013


"Trash Cup IV," trash incinerator ash on porcelain, Great Cups Collection, District Clay Center, Washington, D.C.

"Broody Summer," 40''x 20'' relief print in Transmogrify Print Portfolio curated by Jack Arthur Wood Jr, Robert C. Ketner Vitrines, Hege Library, Guilford College, Greensboro, NC


In the Media

Ultra Beauty in the Washington Post, Pitchfork, Stereogum, and Stereogum

ARTINA 2017 Review in Washington Post

Interview with Gabe Pollack on WQFS 90.9 about "Transcorporeal Trash Communion"