A native born New Yorker, as well as a naturally breed interdisciplinary artist. I have been creating since the ripe age of 4 years old. Being displayed at New York Presbyterian Hospitals around New York City boroughs, and the Museum of Modern Art before even graduating all-girls catholic high school. As a graduate from Parsons: The New School for Design, I have experience working in many different styles (watercolor, ink, drawing, sculpting).
Having a long history in assisting in interdisciplinary projects and working in different mediums, I’ve had the honor of being mentored by Marcia Grostein (the first brazilian artist to have art showcased at Metropolitan Museum of Art). Artistically, I am passionate about working extensively on a project that not only inspires oneself, but others. My work mainly explores intimacy through line illustrations, with minimal color. As an artist, nothing is more important and precious than the art you make, and the opportunities that takes you in, is what often what ends up defining you.
Museum of Modern Art
New York Presbyterian Hospital
Parsons: The New School for Design
School of Visual Arts