My work is personal, but it is not necessarily about me. The personal is a conceptual realm I investigate through everyday materials, experiences and exchanges. Personhood is a position tensioned between constructed expectations and individual agency, a juncture bonded by language. I make conceptually driven work examining, translating and remaking this language- in visual, sensorial, textual and material terms. My practice is transdisciplinary, finding many points of entry- textiles, metalsmithing, sculpture, video, sound, installation, performance, paper works, and writing- with a dedicated tendency towards the confluence of technique and meaning. The material techniques become language, and while the materials may be common, so remains the gravity of my everyday questions around power, gender, labor, consumerism, intimacy, communication, and silence.