About

In a shifting world, my films engage cultural memory by describing repetitive behavioral patterns in a wider social field. In the spirit of fair use, through parody and direct address, I attempt to reorder inherited social structures. 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 upcoming 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: My short article on GRRRL GERMS: A VISUAL HISTORY OF RIOT GRRRL appears in today’s Screen Slate. And, my movie, Women’s Punk Art Making Party is showing tonight at Spectacle at 7:30pm, $5 entry.