I am drawn to abstract forms and patterns found in ephemeral natural phenomena such as drifting cloud formations and sunlight glittering on water. I am also captivated by the constant growth and decay in nature, and how the cellular and net-like building blocks of these processes repeat themselves on both microscopic and macroscopic scales. I seek to explore and translate these patterns and phenomena into materials such as fabric, paper, wax, and wire.
I use repetitive processes to manipulate materials, constructing minimal artwork through subtle mark-making and the accumulation of small fragments or voids. These methods yield forms and landscapes ranging from biomorphic and tactile to delicate and filamentous. My work is obsessive and time consuming, yet meditative in nature.