Hello! I'm a sound designer and mixer based in NYC.


For the past decade, I've worked with collected field recordings, spatial feedback, improvisation and extended vocal technique in live performance settings. More recently, I record, edit and mix sound for radio, video and collaborative visual art projects.

In 2018 I founded Women in Sound. We invite interdisciplinary practitioners specializing in music technology, sonic arts and performance to lead workshops and conversations in NYC. We aim to create an inclusive learning environment for women-identifying and non-binary artists.

Volunteering for the Queens Public Library, I contribute to the Queens Memory Project archive, recording the personal narratives of Ridgewood residents and their ties to the local neighborhood.


As a vocalist, some of the venues I have performed at include the Southbank Centre, Whitechapel Gallery, and Tate Britain in London, and at SculptureCenter, The Kitchen, Knockdown Center and the National Academy Museum in New York City.

I have an MMus in Sonic Arts from Goldsmiths, University of London and completed an Independent Study Residency in Digital Audio at Harvestworks.