I'm a puppeteer and teaching artist. I create puppet shows and children's theater to celebrate thoughtful questions. I make performances that examine the complicated ideations of the glorious and the strange. My work is embedded in a practice of community. Subjects have included alterity, homelessness, chaos theory, and the nature of hope.
Currently, I am a graduate student at the University of Connecticut's Puppetry Arts program. I serve as the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry's graduate assistant as well as the assistant editor of the upcoming Routledge Performance Archive. I am also the Story Coordinator at Rolling Pepperoni, an amalgamation of Appalachian baking and stories.
I am an avid birdwatcher and potluck host.