born Hattiesburg, Mississippi. I moved to Birmingham, Alabama at an early age where I began my artistic journey. I attended the Atlanta College of Art, focusing on painting and sculpture. The Apprenticeship Program at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center is where I began an in-depth study of clay and pottery for three years. My work is included in the permanent collections of Georgetown University, Kaiser Permanente, Fulton County Arts Council, St. Joseph's Hospital among others.
Jules Collins Smith Museum, "Alabama and Neighbors Ceramics", Sights and Insights, juried by Alan Avery, Spruill Arts Center, honorable mention award.
Fulton County Arts and Cultural Exhibition, juried by Mid-South Sculptural Alliance, 2020 Beyond the Brickyard XII, Archie Bray Foundation for Ceramic Arts, "What Lies Beneath" Epperson Gallery, Davis, Ca., Metro Montage XX, Marietta Cobb Museum of Art, Marietta, Ga.