"As an artist I have found the freedom and voice I never knew I had before. I devoted my life to art at a pretty old age but it has completely become my passion since 2015, defining the person I am today. My art connects motion with emotion as I depict nostalgic scenes and images with vibrant animated colors and unique brush strokes. In the past few years, I have lost both my older brother Brett and my father, two of my biggest supporters and inspirations who truly sparked my desire to be an artist. I believe several parts of them have been passed down to me especially the power to bring people together in a group, the love for all things nostalgic, and an undying passion for every art form.
Since 2018, I have been curating art exhibitions in both Los Angeles and Las Vegas with artists of all mediums to not only bring together as many people as possible through different forms of art, but also come together to recognize and appreciate women and artists while giving back to the community. Each show has donated back to a non-profit organization. Since 2020, I have become the development manager at the Debbie Allen Dance Academy (DADA) providing arts education and accessibility to all, especially the youth. Currently, I am working in the Art Department at ABC's Greys Anatomy as well as continuing my work with DADA. COVID-19 has taken us in many twists and turns but the art never stops and never will. Upcoming shows to be announced. Stay safe <3"
May 25, 2019
Las Vegas Now
Interviewed on Las Vegas Now for Remedy: A Healing Art Exhibition in Honor of Brett Fonfa and Dana Marshall-Bernstein, celebrating the healing power of art.