“He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how” Friedrich Nietzsche
My work is a response to change, movement, adaptation, and a connection to nature. I revere human resilience and transcendence and explore human capabilities through art making. Inherently nomadic and exploratory, my work is a celebration of human intuitive inventiveness, individual expression, and freedom.
I am interested in the intersections of art and craft, nature and the built environment and explore the fragmentary nature of contemporary art and how it can lend to multiple means of constructing and understanding one’s environment.