Her undergraduate studies were in fine art. She spent much of her childhood in Native Y’Upik Villages in Alaska and her adult years in an urban environment. She began creating as a means of returning to elemental themes of her childhood drawing on mythology from stories village elders shared to daily ritual to age-old symbols boiled down to their most intrinsic meaning.
Her work has been discussed in the Salt Lake Tribune, the Salt Lake City Weekly, Slug Magazine, Ugly Magazine, 15 Bytes and the Awkward Hour (a cult scene underground podcast). It has been exhibited at the Rio Gallery, Nox Contemporary, A Gallery, Kayo Gallery, Maridadi Gallery, Charley Hafen Gallery, Studio Elevn and the Utah Cultural Celebration Center.
A new body of work currently in development centers on hyperbolic geometry, mapping, byzantine patterns and ritual.
She is currently represented by A Gallery.