I live and work in Lowell, Massachusetts. I grew up in the western suburbs of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

I have a Bachelors degree in Fine Art from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, Phila., Pa. I spent my Junior year at Tyler's Rome campus where I experienced European art history in a way that was not possible through only digital media while studying art history in the states. To experience art in situ, for me was revelatory, especially the architecture.

I have worked on original works and commissioned pieces. In 2004, I was commissioned to paint a mural for Local 22 union hall's meeting room, in Malden, Ma. I designed a tryptic (3 panel) format of 3 panels measuring 12' x 7' total. It was featured in the Boston Globe.

I have worked freelance and on commission for institutions in traditional and digital media for institutions and companies such as AAI Foster Grant and Boston Public Library.

Last year, I had 3 shows in Lowell, Massachusetts. In January 2016, I showed my still life paintings at Brew'd Awakening Coffeehaus on Market St. In April, I shared a show with Lowell artist Mary Hart UnchARTed Gallery on Market St. Following this, I had a solo show at Tremonte Pizzeria in the downtown, from September through October. This was featured in the cultural weekend guide of the Sun newspaper.

Currently my artwork is on view, and available for sale as originals and as prints through Evangeline Interiors in Mill No. 5 at 250 Jackson St., 4th floor, in Lowell, Ma.