In 2015, I graduated from art school.
Right after that, I moved to Colorado to intern at an art center. I had a fantastic time there, and I was really lucky to develop a lot of valuable, lasting relationships with artists at every point in their career. I learned a ton about myself, about the art world, and about people.
There, I assisted with weekly classes; I helped students develop their skills and encouraged conceptual thinking. As taxing as a 50 hour work-week was, Anderson Ranch was a place that fostered true inspiration. The landscape of the Rockies became a place for me to explore and think. The Snowmass/Aspen community became my muse, and I pushed myself outside of my comfort zone to create new work.
But in September of that same year, it was time to go home.