I am an interdisciplinary artist whose main focus is the interrelation of language, sound, and visual media. I was born in 1994 in Mount Vernon, Washington at the beginning of the digital era. I started studying classical piano and violin at age 5 and am currently finishing a degree in Contemporary Improvisation at the New England Conservatory with a focus on intermedia composition and electronic music. I am deeply interested in the ability to shape cognitive landscapes through the use of found sound and sonification of non-sonic materials through non intended uses of digital applications. Using the digital landscape as the departure point for experimentation is what excites me about the possibilities of digital art, and through such experiments I am attempting to create a personal relationship to the non-digital and pre-digital worlds that I inhabit simultaneously. Language as a part of my work encompasses the study of post modern poetics, appropriation techniques, and sonic transcriptions of poems being reinterpreted as musical scores. I believe there is enormous overlap of these seemingly disparate fields and it is my interest to find out how they connect and continually shape and change our perception of the world.