i’m an artist, attorney, theorist, student, adventurer, music fiend, nature lover and activist.
licensed to practice law in GA and TN, I attended Duke University where I earned a Bachelor of Arts in Public Policy and Visual Art/Art History before heading to law school at the University of Denver.
My background as a licensed attorney includes work as a litigator in courts throughout GA and TN, employment at international law firm King & Spalding, employment as General Counsel and Vice President of Business Development for a private company, service as a sole practitioner and a role as Associate Counsel for Live Nation.
In 2018, I launched a Freelance platform with clients including international touring artists in various genres, acclaimed producers with projects at major international film festivals, brands and companies whose creative content includes important political messages, law firms, alternative arts practitioners, and disruptive leaders in business.
My pro bono work has included matters for TN Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts and GA Lawyers for the Arts and I have been active in multiple bar associations. i served as Co-Chair and Content Editor for the American Bar Association (ABA), Young Lawyers Division, Committee on the Entertainment and Sports Industry 2015-2016, Vice-Chair of Committees 2016-2017, and was on the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts Committee for the ABA Entertainment and Sports Forum 2016-2017.
I live in Portland where I am earning my MFA in Visual Studies and MA in Critical Studies at Pacific Northwest College of Art to explore the intersection of art, music, nature, philosophy, activism and primitive tools like holistic healing to effectuate positive community transformation.
I am a published author and frequent speaker and enjoy spending time with my husband and rescue pets, creating art, running long distances, saving the planet and checking out live music worldwide.