About the Artist
I am a sound artist. My works have aired on National Public Radio's All Things Considered. I have brought my sound installations into the gallery.
In 2016, I was awarded an Artist-In-Residency at Shenandoah National Park. I created a sound installation, recording the natural sounds and recollections about mountain life. WMRA Harrisonburg, VA public radio profiled my work:
As an adjunct at the University of Maine at Augusta, I taught independent study in audio production, and radio theater. This led to the National Audio Theatre Festivals' Audio Theatre Workshop. For over 12 summers, I worked on the production staff: teaching digital editing and producing live radio theatre.
I have given many workshops in audio production. This includes: California State University Media Studies, Concordia University, Montreal at a women and sound technology conference, Maine College of Art, Bridgewater College Theater Arts, and at several Audubon Society's for my field recordings of bird sounds. In the 90s, I served as Chair of the Media Arts Advisory Panel at the Maine Arts Commission.
I am available for audio and radio production, sound design, teaching and creating radio theatre. Visit my website to learn more about my work:
Disciplines: Media Arts