I find inspiration just about anywhere -- natural places, historic spaces, and even in my own backyard. It's this constant curiosity and love of sharing that led me to the field of interpretation over 10 years ago while in graduate school. Since then, I've been lucky to create meaningful interpretive experiences for Texas State Parks, the Arabia Mountain National Heritage Area, and others. You can learn more about my professional experience on Linkedin.
Rooted in my academic background in art, education, and historic preservation, my approach is creative, thoughtful, and based on scholarship. I thrive on learning new things and aim to bring the perspective of new visitor to every project.
Some might call me a people person. Working collaboratively is one of my joys, and I bring that spirit to every project. I'm happy to facilitate big visioning meetings, but I also know when to sit back and listen.
When I'm not working in the interpretive space, I love to spend time with my family and friends. We like to hike, travel, watch movies, and eat pastries. I'm also an artist and yoga teacher.