Everyday experiences and unexpected events provide references for my work.
I often focus on recognizable objects that spark memories from my life to create wayfinding. I enjoy combining experimental, unorthodox approaches with traditional visual forms to help release playful, yet familiar autobiographical examinations.
Collections of photographic images, typographic layouts, and handmade objects help me relate to common events. Like a child playing with their favorite toy or memorizing a picture book, I set up intimate, tactile experiences that demand focus and allow a viewer to use their imagination in a variety of thematic series.
Communication is my priority. I create conversations based on shared experiences by using recognizable, versatile book forms. I am interested in capturing sensory elements and ambient textures, such as projected light or sound to help form environments that make experiences memorable, colorful, and animated.