Casey was born in New Orleans in 1979, raised in the backyards of Abita Springs and in the woods of Covington, Louisiana. As a child, she spent her days exploring the banks of the Little Bogue Falaya and in her greenhouse where she would cast concrete from abstract forms and plant vegetables while the concrete would set. The murky riverbanks and acres of land filled with cypress knees and rising and receding flood lines was her formative sense of orientation and location. Engaging questions of permanence and recognizing the continuous cycle of change became her pastime. 

Her artwork focuses primarily on artifacts, memory and the unknowing of things. Her current series of photographs focuses on the capturing of memory, an image of people or objects dear to us, fading in and out over time.

She was educated in Fine Arts at Boston University and received a degree in Architecture at Cornell University in 2005. After school, she moved to New York City, where she worked at international architecture firms and continued her art practice. 

She works in her studio in Tribeca and resides with her husband and two young sons in Brooklyn, New York.