My work is rooted in ideas about how individuals and collectives navigate through ritual and ceremony as a way of performing, collapsing, authenticating, or emerging a self. I’m interested in how time facilitates this process whether lost, still, or gained. It’s through the visual exploration that I assay and conflate personal, historical, mythological, or cultural references that are irregular and assimilated. As a true multidisciplinary artist, I use this foundation whether in painting, collage, drawing, sculpture, photography, and video.