My introduction to calligraphy could be one summarized simply as being written in the stars. Initially, my background was in Theatre, and I was particularly enthralled by the work of William Shakespeare. There was something I adored about the other worldly nature his prose held. That love of art and of history blended together while earning my degree in Art History from New York University, graduating in 2018. While at school, I began working at the Whitney Museum of American Art in their Special Events department in 2016, and it was there I was introduced to calligraphy for the first time. I was completely enchanted.

With my unique background and qualifications, I am able to utilize all my life experiences to be both an artist and event professional. When I am not practicing calligraphy, you are likely to find me cuddled up with my pet rabbit, Brandon, watching a period drama or anime.



I believe that calligraphy is an art that can be enjoyed by everyone, and I am dedicated to providing educational resources that are accessible to anyone with a desire to learn.

I firmly believe that love is love and proudly serve the LGBTQ+ community. I believe that Black Lives Matter and am committed to practicing anti-racism in my daily life and in my business.