I am an impulse-driven artist whose movement sequences reflect a deepened awareness and a cellular-layered experience. Through my dancing and choreography I strive to vocalize the complications of understanding and questionings within varying performance spaces, dance making processes, and relationships. My artistic endeavors motivate through my perception of internal and external spatial awareness. My changing research consistently intertwines with my viewing of my dance work in a visual art-lens, finding the architecture of space through the strokes of bodily geometry and dynamics. Currently, I interrogate the diverse landscape of the human body, internally and externally. Through my physicality-based research, I hope to make these two landscapes collide within the canvas of the given performance space or studio.
I am originally from NYC and graduated in May 2017 with a Dance BFA from SUNY Brockport. In college, I performed for Chamber Ballet Brockport and in works by Mariah Maloney, Laura Peterson, Stevie Oakes, Vanessa Van Wormer, Tammy Sugden-Carrasco, and James Hansen. I trained my writing and administration muscles at Jacob’s Pillow Dance as a Press/Editorial Intern and Movement Research as a Programming Intern. Since moving back to Brooklyn, NY I have performed in works by Madeline Kurtz, Hunter Darnell, Young Dancemakers Company Alumni Ensemble, Lou Mandolini, Elizabeth Furman, Lexie Thrash, Nikki & The Noise, and in multiple works by Merce Cunningham as part of the Cunningham Trust. London dances for Tammy Sugden-Carrasco/Wild Beast Dance, Maddie Kurtz/MK Rep, and Justin Bass. Her choreography has been presented at the NYSDEA Conference, Movement Research's Fall Festival, SUNY Brockport, LUNGS Harvest Festival, Sans Limites Dance Festival, and WaxWorks, Small Plates Dance Festival, Triskelion Arts Split Bill Series, Dixon Place's Under Exposed Series, and Composers Concordance.