About

In a shifting world, my films engage cultural memory through parody and direct address. Combining the amateurpunk and feminism, I reorder and displace inherited social structures. Shuttling between found footage, original material and marginal sound, I’m interested in directing attention to the edge of the frame and its supports. My films have shown at The New Museum, Art in General, Images Festival, Sundance Int’l Film Festival, Microscope Gallery, and Film Mutations. I have been awarded filmmaking grants from NYSCA , The Jerome Foundation, and Outpost for my new film, GUN, HAT, GIRL... I received my MFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and I attended The Whitney Independent Study Program. My work has been recognized in The New York Times, artforum.com, and Octopus Journal.

News: Read my article, “Mixed Use: Spectacle’s Trailers,” recently published in The Brooklyn Rail!