As a child, I knew that I was a healer. Even though this was very clear to me early on, my attentions shifted as I grew and for many years, I worked in New York, Italy, and Portland as a fashion designer and creative director, eventually specializing in sustainability. I was an early influencer in the industry, successfully bringing high fashion and sustainability together nationally and internationally with my work featured in top magazines, newspapers, books, TV, radio and film.
As I worked toward incorporating healing and balance into an industry that tends toward toxicity and overconsumption, my intuitive abilities started to flourish. I knew this wasn’t a coincidence, as I myself was getting healed and balanced from working to heal the planet.
I found myself drawn to exploring and expanding my intuition and receptivity to messages from the realm of spirit. Simultaneously I started consulting on projects that were more aligned with healing.
Before my first class in psychic mediumship, I had never tried to give someone a reading. I was utterly blown away by the accuracy of the information I received from my very first one. I have since dedicated myself to studying, practicing, and offering my skills as an intuitive psychic, medium, and healer.
I continue to serve hundreds of people and animals both living and in spirit by doing group readings, audience readings and individual readings, and offering mentorship and teaching as well. This work brings so much light and joy into my life!
I am honored to serve both physical and non physical realms, helping to assist in the powerful healing that comes through our work together.
I was recently a featured "Medium at Large" at the national 7th annual Afterlife Conference in 2017 and have teamed up with two other fabulous professional mediums in the Portland area, Joshua John and Thea Strom, to create the Oregon Psychic Mediumship Meetup Group, where we offer classes, workshops and events.
Click on the image below to find out more about my work as a designer/creative director.
Oregon Public Broadcasting's "Oregon Art Beat" feature on my work from season 15