(b. 1979, Norwalk, CT) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. BLANK  received an MFA from Yale University, New Haven, CT and a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout New York.  She also works as designer and new media strategist.

Paintings are conjured using color and compositional strategies to create perceptual experiences of charged energy. In the most recent work, color is optically mixed using an algorithm consisting of 4 colors: fluorescent GREY, BLACK, fluorescent RED, AND LIGHT fluorescent GREEN. Combined through a 4-layer system of diagonal stripes and bisecting darts. Affected by the angle of view and shifts in lighting; each variation exists in flux to formulate new ranges of color, temperature, speed and depth of field.