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In my experience, art is a vital means of opening up discussions and creating new worlds. I am passionate about telling stories and helping others find avenues of expression through art. Art is a powerful means of giving a voice to those who struggle to find one, and I hope to be a facilitator of this process through art therapy. I also aim to use art to convey meaningful messages to others through writing and illustrating children’s books.


Carnegie Mellon University

Bachelors of Humanities and Arts (BHA) in Fine Art and Psychology, Minor in Religious Studies (2019)

Notre Dame de Namur University

Masters of Arts in Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) (currently in program)


Printmaking: woodcuts, copper plate etching, screen printing

Drawing: charcoal, colour pencils, graphite, chalk etc.

Painting: watercolour, acrylic, oil, gouache

Sculpture: clay, wood and metal shop experience, installation, mould making


Electronic Media: filming, editing, 2D animation, photoshop

Education: kindergarten and special needs education, art session facilitator


St. Andrew’s Autism Center Volunteer Teaching Assistant, 2016, 2018

Self-published “Snowdrop”, children’s book (ages 4-6), 2018

Internship at Children’s School at Carnegie Mellon University, 2018


Internship at Singapore Tyler Print Institute, Summer 2017


Assisting Professor Imin Yeh, Summer 2017


Art program facilitator at Pleasant Valley Men’s Shelter, 2017- 2019


Carnegie Mellon Print Studio Monitor, Spring 2017, Fall 2018

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