Phoebe is a multimedia artist based in Providence, Rhode Island. Her practice employs a combination of photography, video, and sculpture techniques to examine unique relationships between people, the spaces they inhabit, and the objects that manifest their reality. She graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) with a BFA in photography in 2016. She was the 2015 recipient of the John A. Chironna Scholarship and the Paul Krot Memorial Scholarship. In 2018, Phoebe embarked on a cross-country road trip, spending four months living out of her Ford Ranger, exploring the landscapes and values of country and self. In addition to her pursuits as an artist, Phoebe is an image specialist at IO Labs and a teaching artist at the nonprofit City Arts for Youth in Providence.
In an ongoing body of work, Phoebe returns to her childhood home in Glocester, Rhode Island to collaborate with her father. Through a variety of mediums including photographs, short films, and sculpture, the work reveals a complicated dynamic between father and daughter and unpacks their family history as it is reflected in the property and its accumulations.