Walley graduated from Rutgers University with a BFA in Art and Design, dual majoring in Art History. She enrolled in Mason Gross School of the Arts program, where her art's education focused primarily on painting and photography. By incorporating the use of media and installation through her works, she combines physical and digital mediums to create an interactive experience that engages with the viewer. She aims to create a responsive environment that communicates issues on social identity in race, culture, and gender. By referring to art historical events through subject matter and medium, the artist communicates issues on social identity within a contemporary climate through stylized forms and installation. 
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