Born in Washington, D.C., currently residing in Los Angeles, and living no less than a dozen places in between, nif considers ideas on phenomenology, dislocation/location, time and a ‘sense of place’ through drawing, printmaking, binding structures, and words. Her work has been included in recent exhibitions at The Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA; The Print Center, Philadelphia; SCAPE Gallery, Los Angeles; Mark Wolfe Contemporary, San Francisco; The Janet Turner Print Museum, Chico, CA; and the San Francisco Arts Commission.

She received her MFA from San Francisco State University, is a recipient of the Murphy, Cadogan & Phelan Fellowship, and has been an artist-in-residence at Kala Art Institute in Berkeley. She publishes artists books, ephemera, and collaborations under the imprint Subtext Press, to examine how we perceive space, duration, what may be overlooked, and what doesn’t need to be said.