In the words of Joy Ladin, "Being is something that constantly involves becoming." In my work, I consider psychological and physiological states of being, exploring vulnerability and the "not knowing", or in-between, states of the psyche.

I find myself often exploring these ideas through the female body. In making work that focuses on the feminine form, I celebrate form and creativity, my own vulnerabilities and desires, my strengths and my weaknesses. 

Featuring watercolor paint and Sumi ink on paper, my paintings are a meditation on the power and agency of humankind. The work ranges in size from larger-than-life-size portraits to small paintings on the curled end scraps of rolls of paper.

Conversations, studio visits and commissions are welcome.


Read more about my work Here and Here. 

Photo by Josh Colfer