I produce interdisciplinary work based in tapestry, sculpture and painting. I investigate themes of
human interdependence and the "weight" of personality. My pieces often call viewers into an
individual relationship to the works.
My work is an investigation of the codes and constructs of place, transit, and home. I engage with
found sources, and the elements of language, meaning, and context to reinterpret the pre-existing
notions of dwelling
The convergence of urbanism and landscape is the foundation of my work; through the use of
photography-based research, I address the ideas of absence, romanticism, representation, and
authenticity of experience.
Site-specific installations in ephemeral materials. Videos mapping the un-mappable.
A fascination with our irrepressible compulsion to connect
and communicate despite the inevitable breakdown of those communications being clearly
In my work I establish a sense of a place without being a specific location, by applying a myriad of
crisscrossing lines overlapping and juxtaposed with shapes that allude to topographic and ancient
hand made maps of cities.