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I hope to create art & software that celebrate the queerness of human experience.

I make music with Teacup Gorilla, theater with Grapefruit Lab, and web software with OddBird. I’m an Invited Expert on the CSS Working Group, a core contributor to the Sass language, a regular conference speaker, and a lover of yarn-related crafts.

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Miriam is an artist and developer working across a range of media. She makes music with Teacup Gorilla, and theater with Grapefruit Lab – in addition to being a published novelist, visual artist, and digital poet.

Miriam won a 2016 True West Award for 10 Myths on the Proper Application of Beauty Products (Buntport Theater, 2016), the stage adaptation of her debut novel Riding SideSaddle* (SpringGun Press, 2015). Recent productions include Jane/Eyre a queer adaptation of the classic novel, and Pity+Fear an exploration of identity and storytelling – both with Grapefruit Lab.

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Miriam is an artist, engineer, and open-web advocate. She’s a co-founder of OddBird, Invited Expert on the W3C CSS Working Group, and Sass core contributor who enjoys pushing the boundaries of web technology.

These days she’s working on specifications for Container Queries, Scope, and Cascade Layers in CSS; extending the Sass color module to support wide-gamut colors; and learning to crochet socks.

Where to find me


Miriam with a laptop and water bottle,
wearing a bright yellow leather jacket,
trans lightning earrings,
and a headset mic
while speaking at a conference.
Miriam close up at a mic, smiling,
in a brown flannel,
in front of a blue screen.
Miriam on stage with a bass under red lights,
singing into a mic,
with Dan on his knees playing guitar,
and a drum set behind them.
Miriam in a spotlight,
standing at a mic and holding papers,
in front of a large blank screen.
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since April 2008

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since July 2017

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