This is my 13th year teaching at Clarence Center after a mid-life career change. I have been a practicing designer and illustrator for 30 years. My formal training started at the Rochester Institute of Technology where I earned my BFA in Industrial Design. I continued my education at the University at Buffalo in the School of Architecture and Planning earning a MAH degree in Multidisciplinary Design Sciences, specializing in medical product design.
I took advantage of New York State's fast-track teacher's program through Daemen College in Amherst, completing my studies in May of 2003.
I am thrilled to be a part of the Clarence Center family and teaching art in such a creative and supportive school.