In search for an ever-illusive vantage point, my work is defined by the exploration and expression of landscape. Therefore, my practice encompasses a wide span of methodologies including site-driven public events, modular temporary installation projects, fabric sculpture, painting, sound, and photography. I am interested in creating portals or vestibules — whether tangible or imagined — between realms and possibilities. As ‘soft architecture’ encampments, they are an active consideration of internal and external realms. Shaped by a process, my sculptural forts or stations aim to be productive spaces for both community and personal experience.
In the studio, my sculptures and paintings tend to feel open, transparent and ethereal, often reflecting light and movement in their exploration of liminal spaces. I work with found or industrial materials, combining studied and precise craft with haphazard or urgent gestures. As explorations of memory and nostalgia experienced in familiar landscapes, I utilize visual cross sections to contrast the above-ground future with the subterranean past. My projects explore solitude and social space, the liminal and the sublime, reaching towards a deeper connection with the earth and each other.