Currently working on a 3D environmental scanning and immersive media project that will enable viewers to navigate through my late artist grandmother’s home, which no longer exists as a physical space. This project explores preservation and memorialization through the lens of personal history.


Creative director and communications strategist specializing in visual storytelling, media, and technology.

The Amazing Women's Club

digital, storytelling

Co-creating an Heirloom

For my master’s thesis︎︎︎, this is project began as an attempt to collaborate with my 92-year-old grandmother, recasting the function of an heirloom to embody the process of co-creation across generations and the digital divide.

I grew up not more than 10 minutes away from my grandmother’s house, but I didn’t step foot inside until my twenties. It’s complicated.

Since crossing that threshold, we’ve been purging, clearing pathways, and resurfacing ephemera of decades past.

Read about our exhibition in The Boston Globe︎︎︎

June’s ability to remember is deteriorating, prompting new urgency to piece together the remaining fragments. I found myself filling in the gaps from what I remember, recounting the details of her own lived experiences back to her; a process of transference.

From one day to the next, there would be new versions of her life, filled with improbable timelines and happier endings. 

StyleGAN AI generated images trained on old vernacular pictures of the home in which June grew up, The Three Decker

Sometimes the very tools that were supposed to aid in the process of preservation worked against me, other times they revealed new layers.

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Creative director and visual communications designer exploring what’s next in storytelling.

The Amazing Women's Club
On View

Wata Na Life is currently on view at the Format Festival, Derby, UK.