I attended Baltimore School For the Arts for High School, where I studied Visual Arts. After graduating in 1995 I attended Frostburg State University, where I continued my studies in Fine Art. I first concentrated in Ceramics, but after a three year break from college I refocused my studies to Photography and Sculpture, adding an Art History Minor to the mix. I graduated with my BFA in 2004. Later, I returned to Frostburg and earned a Masters of Education in 2007; my studies concentrated on art installations, museum governance, and education.
After moving to Hyattsville, Maryland, I formed my freelance art studio entitled Wyldewood Studios. Compositions include, though are not limited to, earthwork/land art sculptures, mixed media installations, natural material decorations and functional objects.
Personal Quote: "Never apologize for your art!"