Schroeder is a photographer, installation artist, performance artist and textile designer who focuses the effects trauma. Her work ranges from art therapy projects such as The Body Project, to performance and installations pieces all of which ask the question: "How can I feel connected to my body and how do the spaces I am in influence that dynamic?" Her most recent work, in which she interviews and documents teachers, Schroeder asks educators how they deal with secondhand traumas. She currently resides in Birkenfeld, Oregon and teaches Photography and Intro to Art.
Before moving to Oregon, Schroeder taught Digital and Darkroom Photography as well as Intro to Computer Graphics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Schroeder received the honor of Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year for the Fine Arts Department while getting her MFA at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She was also awarded the Graduate Service Award for representing the Fine Arts department in the Graduate and Professional Student Associate as well as the work she did with Arts Bridge, an educational program combing art education with core curriculum and for her research on The Body Project.
Schroeder's work can be seen at Sin City Gallery upon request and her current work is on display at Eastside International Gallery in LA as well as Lightbox Gallery in Astoria, Oregon.