is an American illustrator. She’s from the Midwest, making her way through life with a pen in hand and a slew of good company. Every Sunday she goes to a documentary club where they watch movies and follow them with discussions about theology, ideologies, creativity and beauty. She likes going for walks, when the air is cold but your coat is warm, and she knows when she gets back inside that a cup of cocoa will help melt away the frustrations of the day. She’s in a constant battle, searching for the median between a growing heart and a still spirit. She loves drawing, and singing, and she wish there was time for reading, but everything she loves seems to be slow and take a lot of time and investment, so she hopes someday there will be time for more. Her art is primarily about the inter-connectivity of all things, and story, and balance. When she grows up she hopes she remembers how to be a kid.
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