I consider my work to be a response to the spaces that I inhabit and navigate. Through processes of recording, incorporating, and manipulating my surroundings, I seek to develop a deeper understanding of our shared environment and the ways in which it expresses and informs the condition of our being. I find myself less interested in developing some static sense of material mastery than I am in maintaining a perpetual state of curiosity and growth. As such, the tools and techniques I employ are determined not by a dedication to a singular set of skills, but by the parameters of each individual project. The resulting forms grapple with the politics, economics, and philosophy of existence and communicate on a spectrum of abstract spectacle and conceptual realism. I equate this interdisciplinary practice to a form of mark making, a queer expression that I am here, now, on this earth.