Our lives are formed by the basic principles of cause and effect. We are the byproduct of experiences and the result of consequences. The prominent interactions we have with others influence our character, how we love, why we hate and our impressionable habits that effect our logic. My images are derived by my existence, visual documentation and the perception of my environment.

  My fascination with the human form is the amount of abuse the body can endure. I’ve watched people push themselves to an absolute limit, at times to the point of death. During their journey I have observed the transformation of the body and mind to an almost unrecognizable state. In my images I deconstruct the human element to represent punishment brought upon ones self and the experience of loss that can exist in someone familiar.  I use rooms of domestic architecture as a setting from which these images are inspired by. I interpret how these people fulfill their desires behind closed doors in the shadows of isolation, concealing their behavior from others and themselves.


Born in San Antonio, TX and reside in New Haven, CT 


2019 BFA, Southwest School of Art


2024 Drowning In Harmony, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

2023 FLESH & BONE, Blaffer Museum, Houston,TX

2021 I Would Have Killed To Seen It, Presa House Gallery, San Antonio, TX

2020  If It Doesn’t Pick Up, Let’s Split, Chad Dawkins Pop-up, San Antonio, TX

2016  I Need You to Feel MiserableLullwood Group, San Antonio, TX

2015 Untitled, Heart House Gallery, San Antonio, TX

2014 Volume 1, R Space Gallery, San Antonio, TX


2023 Off The Wall, ART06870 Gallery, Old Greenwich, NY

2022 Undercurrents, Sean Kelly Gallery, New York, NY

2019 SomeTime, Southwest School of Art – Senior show, San Antonio, TX

2018 300-Common Currents, Mexican Cultural Institute, San Antonio, TX

2017 Flatlines, Flatlines Gallery, San Antonio, TX 


2021 NXTHVN Studio Fellowship program, New Haven, CT

2021 TOY Fellowship program 2021

2020 Blue Star Contemporary CAM Award, nominated by McNay Art Museum.