My abstract drawings and paintings investigate ideas about place, belonging and family. Using a range of materials, I employ expressionistic mark-making, line, color and shape to create structures that can be perceived as both sturdy and precarious, merging and splitting. These dualities mirror the bonds connecting us to each other and the places we call home

I moved many times during my childhood. I believe this experience of relocation drives my interest in finding forms, instilling them with a sense of vulnerability, and bearing witness to whatever feelings they convey.