As a multidisciplinary artist, I work to disrupt traditional boundaries, models, and contexts for both artmaking and the artist themselves. Tracing desire through a variety of mediums, my work consistently utilizes rigorous embodied practices alongside a poetic approach to language to deepen the relationship between ideas and forms. Most recently, my work is navigating performance as a model for creating personal, time-based experiences that propose questions around absence, futility, sociality, and the phenomenon of creation itself.

I do not answer questions in my work. Instead, I labor to create complex emotional textures and landscapes that disorient the viewer to propose an alternative model for viewing as being. I am interested in crafting works with a particular relationship to space, allowing for the holding, suspension, or encountering of ideas. Utilizing theaters of both public and private life, I record, interrogate, and question the drama of everyday life.