I make interdisciplinary artwork exploring landscape as a body and as conceptual architectural spaces. I investigate my internal and external landscapes to bring the experiential undertow into the seen, heard, and felt. Intuition and circumstance drive my process. Meaningful connections feed my practice in my day-to-day experiences. 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.