With allusive materials and a minimalist spareness, my work approaches difficult content. I am interested in creating a field of stillness, complexity, and potency. My work addresses the danger, fragility and numinosity of life and death. It is in the context of wonder, and the secureness of paradoxes held in wholeness that we may become open to what we do not know. Transformative experience happens in the wordless moments of a felt sensory experience where beauty coexists with struggle, where resistance and surrender occur simultaneously. The idea that imagination begets empathy and is awakened by the senses shapes all that I attempt as an artist.

My work is witness to Now, the Anthropocene, the Sixth Great Extinction, to what is vanishing. Extinction is a large word and of a scale so vast we cannot imagine it. To be witness to death is to change the field in which it is occurring and therefore, to change what remains.