My work is deeply personal. It is how I process life’s experiences, learn about myself and about the world, understand what has left a mark and what has moved me. It serves as a guide to make sense of the feelings I have felt, didn’t know I had, and bring up what I have sometimes forgotten.
My work is emotionally driven and guided by intuition. Everything from the materials I use to the process are all chosen based on what feels right in the moment. It is a practice in being authentic, digging into the layers of emotions and memories that reside in that space, and trusting myself.
My work is my meditation. It is more about the process more than the end result. It is my source of calm, clarity, and inner wisdom. With my work, I seek to travel to the innermost depth of existence, exploring the landscape between the seen, the remembered, and the imagined.
I find heartbreaking beauty in decay, in the radiant wisdom of things/places/people that have history, that are worn, imperfect, and broken-in. That energy of knowing, of generations and experiences vibrating from within, that only develop over time.
My work has evolved with me and changes as I do. It has cycled through many iterations and that journey represents my history. Most recently, the change is a product of motherhood and time – I believe I can say more, with less.