As a processed based interdisciplinary artist, my philosophy is that all work must evolve and change throughout the creative journey. I firmly believe that holding a fixed objective is contrary to intuitive, raw, and organic creativity.

My work, as a visual artist, focuses on communication. I explore ideas of how we internalize, interpret, and relate personal and collective experiences. There is a continuous element of spirituality present. I often employ ritual as a means of understanding and transcending the aforementioned focal points and heightening the transformative power of the present moment.

I shift between mediums and creative outlets and rely heavily on time-based, ephemeral, and increasingly improvisational means of generating. As a foundational element of my process, improvisation is embodied during my live work and energetically present in the residue of other chosen mediums. This energy, whether incorporated or residual, creates a feeling and sensation of instability in my work. This palpable sensation brings the viewer’s attention and awareness to the potentially transformative power of the present moment and its inherent fragility and beauty.

I hope the experience will unique and personal within this moment. It has never been my intention to elicit a particular response. Instead, I desire to initiate a dialogue that produces questions that lead to answers, or perhaps answers to questions not yet asked.