My work has been very experimental, with a focusing on sculpture, painting, animation, and drawing. They feed into each other as I am a maker of objects; both objects that are sacred to me and objects that are garbage to me. My work deals with my personal response to the world around me. Circumstances I have put myself in, other environments, and situations that evolve around me. The imagination is something I embrace while following instincts and unpredictable nuances. I enjoy the freedom to have my work continuously being questioned by both the viewer and myself. I see the work being a question in itself, produced through an unfamiliar vessel inside me.
Through process, I am interested in answering the questions raised by my work. Subtle gradations in behavior and relationships of all kind drive my artwork. Relationships between seasons such as winter and its change to spring. Relationships between touch/feel such as aggressive and gentle. Relationships between mediums. (Painting, Sculpture, Animation) All of these feed into my vocabulary when it comes to making work. Artists find a way to recreate expressions, to express what comes to them, or to express what does not come naturally, and the struggles included with each. I am interested in constantly exploring these relationships through material use and experimentation. Through that process I deepen my involvement and knowledge within my practice.