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. 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. I offer navigation modes in between the liminal spaces of everyday life using physical geography and the body.
The artwork then becomes not only the objects and elements that are seen and heard but also the embodied experience of the viewer.