As a costume designer I engage sculpture and objects, illustration, intuition, and catastrophes of the heart to materialize personality and emotion into a narrative.

Incessantly inspired by the task of endurance where humankind struggles to survive, my response to identity challenges what and how we endure modernity in any era, and how that creates a visual landscape. Using familiar artifacts of modernity, such as clothing, my work thrives simultaneously as a universally tremendous event and an internally microcosmic moment.

Through process and play, I enjoy devising cultures which often resolve themselves in immersive, site-specific, and surreal landscapes. I truly believe that this is where sculptural, abstract displacement unapologetically emerges as a refined and deeply relatable personal experience.