Working under pseudonyms, Wrenn’s experimental projects have included various architectural video projections, interactive walking-tour theater programs in the East Williamsburg Industrial Park (Brooklyn), several immersive transformations of transitional real estate in the New York City area (Chashama, et al, 2003-8), public installations at the former mid-town Donnell NYPL Library (Chashama, 2010), and an outdoor public sculpture commission on Randall’s Island (“Awakening Asylum,” Flow.12, 2012).

After attending New York University in the Steinhardt University Scholars Program (1998-2002), Wrenn received the Mount Royal Graduate Fellowship Award at MICA (2006-2008). She has published several essays, books, and articles as contributions to exhibition catalogues, conference proceedings, and magazines, in addition to limited edition photography books.

Wrenn teaches formally as a full-time Visiting Lecturer of Art in Photography and Multi-media at Marist College (Dept. of Art & Digital Media), and received an upstate relocation empowering “Tending Space” Fellowship in 2014 (from the Hemera Foundation) that furthered her creative inquiries with dharma practice.