I’m compelled to create art that simultaneously addresses both individual psychological destruction and the dynamic, nurturing aspects of the human experience. I pull a lot of inspiration from Indo-European spiritual practices, alchemical duality, and archetypal psychology. By intersecting philosophy and art, I’m able to offer insight into established psychological theory that explores and maps the depths of an individual’s psyche along with the perceptions of the world that collectively surrounds us.
I continuously reference these concepts in my work to understand the ideas that guide the current direction of our world. Being a multidisciplinary artist allows me to delve deeper into these abstractions using performance-based art, combining elements of sculpture, installation, audiovisual art, and sound. I aim to enhance individuals’ perception of the entirety of their surroundings, attend more carefully to what’s taking place, and appreciate our roles in this grand experience of life.