Currently maintaining and running the facilities for the Photography, Graphic Design, and Illustration programs, Bella received a BFA in Photography from MECA&D in 2015. Originally from the West Coast, she now lives in Portland, were she makes work with analog and experimental processes. Her images examining privacy, space, and voyeurism have been shown nationally and featured in several photographic publications. Bella is also responsible for the general maintenance, ink supply and troubleshooting of digital printing in Graphic Design and Illustration. She provides training workshops and demos on digital printing for students, staff and faculty, and manages the equipment check-out cage for departmental and school-wide use. As the Media Tech, she also coordinates with the Continuing Studies, MFA and MAT programs and trains and manages student workers. Bella helps to facilitate scheduling and documentation of student work with ArtDoc, and oversees operational logistics.