Art has been a passion of mine for as long as I can remember…from the time I was caught at age 4 blanketing the walls of my father’s study in yellow highlighter to spending time in Wolf Kahn's studio. He understood what I found impossible to explain about my joy in art by stating "Art is a banner unfurled with all of your values embedded in it."
As a young student at Oogie Art, the best thing for me about art was the breadth of risk I was allowed to take by experimenting with a huge variety of media. I found my niche studying human anatomy in both art and science at Wesleyan University where I received a BA (2019) in Neuroscience & Behavior with a minor in Art History and later at Georgetown University where I received my MS in Physiology & Biophysics (2021). I continued to find artistic beauty in my immunohistochemistry images as a member of the Hof Lab at Mount Sinai and now as a medical student at St. George's University School of Medicine (2026). The culmination of my scientific studies have inspired my print collection available for purchase at RAIART.
Over the last decade, I have had the pleasure of meeting a number of U.S. special operations service members through the charity Homes Fit For Heroes. Their stories and photographs have been the inspiration for several digital works and I continue to provide artwork on behalf of the HFFH organization.
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