My course of study in college led me to a successful career in Marketing and Branding, yet I always maintained the interest in art and design that I fostered in childhood. While I enjoyed my work, I filled my free time with creative endeavors like painting, arranging flowers and doing interior design projects.
In 2006, I decided to leave the corporate world to do what I had always wanted to do — attend art school. I began by taking classes in drawing, painting and sculpting at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts and my experience there was deeply rewarding. With this foundation, I built a portfolio and gained acceptance into PAFA’s Certificate Program with a Merit Scholarship. Although I once thought of myself as a "corporate" person who wanted to become an artist, I now see myself as an artist who once worked in the corporate world.
I currently maintain a studio at Spring City Mill Studios in northern Chester County where I work mainly in oils because I love their vibrancy and durability. My work is currently available through Cerulean Arts Collective in Philadelphia, Station Gallery in Greenville, Delaware and Square Pear Fine Arts Gallery in Kennett Square, PA.
In 2014, I pursued my love of design and flowers by earning a Certificate in Floral Design from Longwood Gardens.