Grounded in documentary traditions, I investigate domestic and urban spaces, how individuals
shape their environments, and the converse. My work depicts the themes of relationships,
individuality, meditations on light and interiors, and
My work explores the relationships between what we see and the interior, non-visible experiences
we feel. Transformation is a central theme in my work - transformation across mediums and from
2D to spatial concerns.
My body of work spans a variety of subjects, yet it continuously follows a self-exploratory and
expressive trail guided by my own investigations.
I use photography - sometimes as a beginning and sometimes as a conclusion – to create books
I work primarily with photography, video installations and performance.Â I am interested in conceptual strategies that have to do with the body as an object of study and a medium to approach memory and trauma.