Trained first as a Painter in DC/Italy and later as a Master’s in Architecture in Upstate New York/London, Beth reads and translates the visual world as a combination of thoughtful gestures composed, structured, and ordered into an infinite number of series, scales, rhythms, and patterns latent with both visual and projected content.

Having lived, worked, studied, and traveled in Europe, Asia, Australia, and several major US cities over the past decade, photography has become Beth’s makeshift interpreter of the natural and built world’s limitless subject matter.

A recent transplant to Denver via Chicago and the Northeast, Beth’s paintings, photographs, and architectural design work have previously been exhibited in DC, LA, Shanghai, Denver, and New York. Her speculative architectural design thesis was recently featured at Shanghai’s “International Creative Industry Week” and at the New York AIA Center for Architecture.

When she's not designing or creating, Beth can usually be found practicing yoga, hiking or skiing in the mountains, walking her dog in one of Denver's many parks, or enjoying a strong Americano.