My work allows me to escape the everyday through reflection. Love, loss, and nostalgia guide my practice.
Having a process that is highly repetitive and obsessive allows for introspection and escape while creating works. I attempt to activate those same experiences in viewers. Installation art has allowed me to inspire emotion in people. My work is interactive and accessible – viewers can walk in it, under it, around it. Ultimately, these moments of interactivity, imagination, and reflection conjure the concept of play in my work. My aesthetic finds a place between organic and synthetic by contrasting the forces of gravity, light, and energy.
I transform common environments through my work, creating multisensory, interactive experiences. My work combines physical and digital inputs and outputs. The hope is that viewers can have moments of reflection by experiencing my work, by disconnecting from the everyday and finding a more spectacular reality – even for just a moment.