I am interested in analyzing memory and perception, and mining them in an effort to research their correlation with experience. In doing so, my work simultaneously seeks to question and resolve the authenticity of memory and experience. I explore these concepts through interactive, performative, and/or ambiguous processes and outcomes, which usually yield installation and photographic-based results.
Thus, my work functions in an non-finite, conditionally convergent manner, in which the viewer plays a crucial role in meaning-making and resolution. The work explores that space between collective and individual perception/memory/experience and attempts to navigate it. Investigation of the roles which space, landscape, home identity, and the common/individual nexus play is crucial in this endeavor.