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Audio Descriptions

I would like to make art more accessible to everyone, and since I have experience with vision loss, that seemed a logical place to start. I'm uniquely situated in that I have enough issues with my vision to allow me to empathize with blind people and anticipate what they might find helpful, but I have enough functional vision to serve as an interpreter. I have a Master of Fine Art degree from Tyler School of Art, Temple University, and a Bachelor of Fine Art from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, as well as years of teaching experience.


Recently, I started writing audio descriptions for visually impaired visitors to the exhibition "SLOW MOTION" at Grounds for Sculpture in Princeton, NJ. The show, guest curated by Patricia Eunji Kim of Monument Lab, includes pieces by Colette Fu, Omar Tate, Sandy Williams IV, Billy Dufala, and Ana Theresa Fernández. The audio descriptions will be available as recordings or as a script for tours guided by docents. Touch tours are also available.

"Whether through exhibition and facilities design, guest services and amenities, or our wide array of educational offerings, GFS is committed to ensuring that our collections, exhibitions, and programs are accessible to people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities."

On Painting Gazela Bow, Overcast

I have been describing my own art for years, and this is a sound piece from 2022 that I made along with composer Ralph Lewis that describes my painting process. It was part of the Irish Sound, Science, and Technology Associations' Festival in 2022.

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