My art takes on many forms – in medium as well as in approach – it is not always one thing; it changes; it can be viewed in different lights.

Lately, I think more about the way I create work than what it ends up being. I have been developing a practice across visual, written, and performative media that balances improvisation with craft, to produce work that mixes arbitrary with purposeful. Thinking to myself, these days, that meaning seems conversely attainable and irrelevant, what and how things are made both matters and does not.

Sometimes I do what I feel like. Sometimes I do what I think will be challenging to me or surprising. When I want to, I try to make something beautiful, or awful, or funny, or provocative. By engaging in a creative process that is multifaceted, I intend to produce work with multiple entry points and a layered scope of meaning.