After graduating from Otis Pardons in Los Angeles, I worked as a designer in the fashion industry and at Mattel toys designing fashions for Barbie and creating innovative doll concepts; I realized it was time to pursue my own personal interest in art and design. Oil painting, assembling a collection of unique old world objects and reflective and transparent materials are my passion. Combining my interests in materials, it ‘s clear that imagination is integral in my work and my goal is to create art that is a bit playful, mysterious, and thought provoking.
This approach carries over to my creative work in numerous public art projects. Projects include the station art and canopy design for the San Dimas Gold Line light rail project, the Founders Plaza for Santa Fe Springs and many others. I live with my husband Eugene Daub a sculptor, daughter Michelle, a photographer, and two child cats Henry and The Snowman. We live and work in our converted warehouse in San Pedro, California.