I make interdisciplinary artwork exploring landscape and the body. I investigate my internal and external landscapes to bring the experiential undertow into the seen, heard, and felt. Intuition and daily experience drive my process. I often include partners in the making, both human and non-human, like the wind or insects.
Through relationships, research, writing, engaging in the environment, and active listening, I cultivate self-awareness and a sense of place in a way that transforms perspective and observe how my perspective shifts over time. The resulting work communicates what I discover about navigating the liminal spaces of everyday life.