I knew I was born to be an artist ever since I first held a crayon and my love for art grew as I did through my years as a student. I went on to study at the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore.
In 2005 my childhood friend and I opened 2 Hot Art Chicks Gallery in Hampden. This business venture would be the seed that would eventually rekindle my desire to be an Artist Entrepreneur. Running a gallery and supplementing with side work was not an easy task. Eventually it was time to move on and get a job with steady income and benefits. I went to work as a Conductor for Amtrak in 2008. During this time I continued my Art on the side when I was able to find the time.
In 2014, two weeks before I turned 40, I got the shock of my life. I found out I was going to be a mommy, something that was not in my plans. Railroad careers are extremely demanding and would not afford me the time and energy to be the parent that I wanted to be. After an intense emotional struggle I decided to resign and become what I was always supposed to be. An Artist
I currently work as a full time artist out of my home studio in Ocean Pines, Md