Habitually I hang on to broken objects, their vulnerability is so present in their crumpled form that they have an inherent charm. Often it is easier to relate to something dysfunctional then to something perfect, because it is a fascinating mixture of personality and sincerity.

I persevere through the negative connotations of broken, to see true idyllic beauty. I am vulnerable with my work as well with an audience. Using performance to instigate, video as a tool of memory, and sculptures with a direct relation to the human form; I wish to illustrate the subjectivity of the object and the objectivity of the body.