A Case for the Day Job

The other day I had a doctor appointment at a practice where I am a new patient, so I had to fill out stacks and stacks of paperwork before I could be seen. There is always that line on these forms where it says, ‘occupation’. I always pause at this block, and wonder what I should put…do… More

MATS Home Decor class

2016 seems to be the year I step out of my comfort zone and try (and learn) new things. In February I took a pattern design workshop, and right now I’m in the final week of a very intense 5-week course focusing on designing products for the home décor market (kind of a life-long dream for… More

Patterns, Patterns, Patterns!

As you might gather from looking at my work, I love patterns. I’m kind of obsessed with them, actually. My work is heavily influenced by pattern: textile design, patterns in nature, patterns on just about anything. Even in how I decorate my home and how I dress, I can’t resist a good pattern… More

“Bloom” at Walker Contemporary

It's finally spring in New England, and what better way to celebrate than with art! I will have several pieces in 'BLOOM: celebrating the beauty and struggle inherent in the change of seasons' at Walker Contemporary in Waitsfield, VT.  The work in BLOOM represents the constant state… More

Uppercase Magazine

I'm sooo excited to let you know that my work is featured in Uppercase Magazine's Compendium of Craft & Creativity. It's a gorgeous book, about an inch thick, filled with all sorts of artists, illustrators, designers, and crafters.  You can order your copy here. More