Formally trained as a painter and with a background in creative non-fiction, I currently execute critical race and queer experiments at the intersections of conceptual prose, relational practice,and dance-based performance. After years co-producing giant puppet pageants and community street theater in Philadelphia, I fled to California for my MFA from the California College of the Arts. I have
since presented work at Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco; LA Contemporary Exhibits (LACE) and Pieter Pasd in LA; The Bronx Museum; galleri bob in Gothenburg, Sweden; as well as on Fillmore Street in San Francisco and Clark Park in West Philadelphia. I am honored to have collaborated on projects led by Jefferson Pinder (Juke, 2007); Violeta Luna and Guillermo Gomez-Pena (Corpo/Ilicito, 2009); and Keith Hennessy (Turbulence, 2011). I now live in Los Angeles, where
I curate, write for several online publications, and produce work addressing culture, memory, desire, and violence.