Artist. Inquirer.

My social practice revolves around creating space to explore how people tell their stories, archive how they live and how they spend their time. I work with people who live in alternative living spaces such as RVs and trailers, research socioeconomic theories on labor and work in the United States, and engage with aging, dead and dying.


I am interested in relationship building through storytelling and creating one-on-one projects with participants. 


Practice of observing and listening

In my practice, I use drawing and sculpture as a form of observing the world around me and retaining information by the act of listening and transcribing experience.