"My current work is still centered around the female form. I have had many issues with my own body, having lived in it, hated it, given birth, danced in it.... it is what I know best in this world. In this work I break apart the body and reassemble it, deconstructing common movements into single poses, and representing the one as many. The construction is exposed, incorporating objects that are juxtaposed with the figure to conjure association and metaphor.
My work begins as intuitive visualizations, and through the processes of manipulating materials becomes articulated into meaning. My desire is to create art which challenges the viewer’s notions of beauty, provokes unsettling emotion and contributes to changing cultural attitudes."