Through excessive attention to detail and a strong sensitivity to the visual and textural surface, I transform clay into sculptures that I imagine have emerged organically from their surroundings. These sculptures both suspend and amplify our natural and consumerist relationships with the materials and artifacts we display in our homes in order to create a sense of domesticity and belonging.

Although my bodies of work may not appear similar in shape or material, they are consistently focused on the same themes and methodologies, which is nature changing along with society’s consistently evolving urban and suburban environments. Tea cups, knick-knacks, and other materials have a vital role in the artwork, creating a discussion about nature developing and over-taking society’s personal environment while humans themselves consume their own urban territory.

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