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My career thus far has spanned New York, London, and Los Angeles, where I have worked for a number of leading arts organizations, including galleries, a public art non-profit, and a global members-only arts club. 

Originally from New York, I recently graduated with a degree in Art History from the University of St Andrews. Currently, I am pursuing my MFA in Contemporary Curating from Goldsmiths, University of London. My postgraduate research focuses primarily on work that employs the body to explore the subjects of identity, motherhood, relationships and labour in mediums such as video and performance art. 

I am incredibly passionate about contemporary art and am working towards becoming an independent curator with a focus on visual and public art by women and queer artists. I am particularly invested in socially-engaged art that deals with gender, sexuality, and identity politics. My long-term goal is to collaborate with non-profits, luxury brands, and other private companies to realise ambitious public art projects that highlight marginalized voices and subjects.