2021- present- Full time high school art teacher at Hayfield Secondary School. Courses taught include Studio Art 1, 2, 3, 4, AP Drawing, and AP 2D art and design.
2020- Full time middle school art teacher at Hayfield Secondary School. Courses taught included Art Foundations, and 3D Art Exploration.
2020 -Leasing professional artist in studio 203 at the Torpedo Factory Art Center
2020- Lead teacher for Adult oil painting class with Mason Community Arts Academy
2019- Subleasing professional artist in studio 319, 330, 334 at the Torpedo Factory Art Center
2019- Substitute teacher in Fairfax County Public Schools
2018- Long-term substitute at Westfield High School for a high school art teacher from September through December. Courses taught included Art I, Photo 2, and Broadcast Journalism.
Bilingual: Swedish and English
Experience with photo editing software such as Adobe.
Experience creating websites and online shops.
Experience teaching virtually
Experience exhibiting as a professional artist
Studio Residency, 2019
Winston Art Scholarship, 2017
Virginia Governor’s School for Visual Art, 2013
George Mason University
George Mason University
Northern Virginia Community College
Master of Art Teaching
During my MAT studies, I have become a confident teacher and learner. I have observed and taught Kindergarten through 12th grade students. The experiences and rigorous courses in this program has enriched my teaching by widening my scope of understanding in technology, literacy, engagement, and more. My graduate courses have supplied me with the necessary tools needed to enrich all of my students' thinking and learning.
Bachelor of Fine Arts
At the School of Art and Visual Technology, my concentration was in drawing. During my BFA program, I honed my drawing, painting, and sculptural skills, while also diving deep into research and study on art aesthetics, art history, and critical theory. By the end of my BFA program, I graduated on the Dean's list, and was selected top student by my drawing professor during the graduation ceremony.
Associate of General Studies
This degree provided me with a strong base for my future as an educator through a variety of history, religion, science, math, writing, reading, and technology courses. My elective courses in this program were focused heavily on drawing and design, as well as multiple semesters of American Sign Language.