Transformation is often the inspiration my work. Finding beauty in the imperfect or impermanent, acknowledging moments of change, and engaging with the process of transience form the basis of both my two dimensional and three dimensional work.
My process is guided by the mix of planning and chance that my materials offer to the imagery. Over time I have developed my own method of working with wax and heat on organic and synthetic fabrics and papers. In the last six months I have added papermaking to the transformative process.
I am drawn to the ambiguity of forms that go in and out of resolve as you move around them. I am interested in the chaos that comes out of even the most predictable. While much of my work is sculptural, I also work in a variety of two-dimensional media where I can address my passion for color.