I grew up surrounded by my mother's collection of tribal masks and sculpture. I loved that each one was expressive, mysterious and primal. This led me to my fascination with faces and my desire to portray people who are historically or personally compelling. I find the dichotomy of the ancient medium of tapestry expressing contemporary subjects a powerful tool.
As a sculptor, I’m fascinated with the conjunction of science and art. My work examines how pseudo science, hoax and myth change how we experience our planet. I ponder past and future extinctions while working with modern structures and ancient anatomies.