We all long for connection. My work explores relationships, intimacy, and public and private presentations of the self, through research, conversation, and experimentation. It often functions as a vehicle through which people can understand each other and themselves. Sometimes I like to make projects for an audience of one and other times hundreds or thousands.

Art is what allows us to reflect on our lives and what we value and to put those values into practice. By calling what I do "art" my projects can occupy the space in-between the sometimes rigid lines that define other disciplines. In these spaces there is room for wonder, imagination, and play, but also questioning and criticality, all of which can lead to authentic shared experiences and further understanding of ourselves and each other.