Emily is a printmaker and sculptor. She received her MFA from Columbia University in 2011 where she received the Toby Devan Lewis award and an Emily Fisher Landau Fellowship she holds a BA in History from Barnard College. Her art practice uses printmaking in novel ways to reveal the medium as an evolving historical process of human-machine interaction. The results are layered multi-process records of experimentation with image, texture, and form. She has exhibited her work at The International Print Center New York, The Westside Gallery at The School of Visual Arts, The BRIC Rotunda Gallery, Room East Gallery and The Inside Out Museum. She lives and works in the Bronx.