I work in several areas. I started out in fiber arts, which I did primarily for fourteen years, until I went to school for my Associates degree in fine arts in 2016. Now, my main focus is portrait illustration, both realistic and ridiculous. My fiber arts played so heavily in my studies as a means to a solution that I’ve branched out from just hats and dolls to full sculptures. In 2019, my charcoal drawing of a statue at Duke Gardens won Best in Show at the Spring Arts Show at Duke Gardens. I’ve gone on to modeling for other artists and teaching art. I consistently create parody illustrations at a local record store, which now has ink portraits and a few fiber art pieces.