She received her BFA in Studio Art from the University of Texas in 2005. She focuses on patterns intervened by the traces of paint , color as composition. In a way her paintings are like musical compositions that are orchestrated of the surface. Her explorations are between abstraction and complexity. In order to provoke color and form she explores linear shapes that get interrupted by expressionist traces, this creates new perceptual relationships when the viewers approach the patterns.
In human perception people react to pattern recognition as something predictable when this pattern is interrupted, the mind reacts a different way to this new form, a glitch. This is something that in her work is deeply explored and makes her painting technique very intersting with a quality that captures observation.