Lady Alchemy is "Uniting the truth with the beautiful" by combining performance art & Alchemical symbolism. Paper Magazine included her performance "I Want Them To Turn Black" as one of the top 10 must-see art openings in NYC.
Lady Alchemy is a self-initiate in Esoteric tradition. She studied mathematics at NYU while at the same time pursuing the performing arts, starring in local theatre productions. She then began creating her own costumes and performances and started working in NYC as Lady Alchemy, performing events for "King Cobra'' movie premiere starring James Franco and Salvatore Ferragamo's NYC Fashion Week event.
She is most passionate about pursuing truth; by way of Esoteric tradition much like her favorite Alchemists in History; Leonardo Da Vinci & Isaac Newton. These studies then inspire her 'Great Work' to produce performance art with great depth and immediate symbolism. She finds math & science to be a form of art and abstract thought, "For Science is but an image of the truth" —Sir Francis Bacon.
Alchemy is not like modern science, but also a philosophy. Both inner and outer work is necessary. Modern science has gone astray from a very important aspect of understanding the mysteries of the universe, it is important to not forget about the "inner work". Carl Jung brings to light some inner Alchemical work.
Combining her Alchemical knowledge with her experience in stagecraft, Lady Alchemy shares with the world her insights through live performance, photography, text, video and experimental art forms. It is this drive to share such liberating principles with others that is Lady Alchemy's catalyst for her work. "When I die, it won't matter. Life will move on", she has said in an interview "I've given myself to the work, and have given it to others. If someone can awaken from the matrix through my work, then I’ve served my purpose."
Lady Alchemy has performed for various NYC fashion week events and was a regular in the NYC arts scene, performing at The Box, Sleep no More, Slipper Room, Diamond Horseshoe and nightlife icon Susanne Bartsch’s parties. She has performed for Private and Corporate events such as Google and Xerox holiday parties, and some of the most fashionable elites in New York society. She was featured in “ W Magazine” and “Interview Magazine” as a New York City nightlife icon in 2016, among other fashion icons such as Amanda Lepore. She has been photographed by renown photographer Count Nikolai von Bismarck.