My path to becoming a digital artist was a somewhat circuitous one. After receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Towson University in Baltimore, I moved to New York City to pursue a career in modern dance. After spending several years there dancing with a modern dance company, the country girl in me couldn't take the endless noise of the city any more, and I made the decision to leave.
In the following years, I found myself working with Photoshop and was pulled into the great Internet boom creating web sites, new media, and graphic elements for online advertising. My husband (boyfriend at the time) and I were offered jobs in Connecticut working for one of the well-known Internet startups at the time, Cyberian Outpost. We continued working with the web even after leaving Connecticut, but gradually, I began to wish for more control over my creativity, to make something that was solely my vision as opposed to being directed by someone else's wishes. Shortly thereafter, I discovered mandalas and began creating them in a variety of media. That led to my discovering fractals, and that, to creating even more abstract art in the form of patterns.
Today, I enjoy creating a variety of digital art and seeing it come to life in many forms: art prints, adult coloring books, clothing, home decor items, device cases and much more.
I hope you enjoy seeing my work. Please feel free to contact me if you have questions or comments. I've loved the feedback I've received over the years and look forward to hearing your thoughts.