I am interested in the cycles, seasons, routines, and repetitive daily events of life that occur around us. These repetitive events affect our experiences, they structure our identities and create the complexities of our personal stories. 

I use repetitive, linear mark making, and the transparent glass vessel as a canvas to create complex layered patterns. This creates a moiré effect, which causes the viewer to see shape, movement and energy, in addition to the line and form of the vessel itself. 

My work explores dualities of collective and personal, individual and universal, interior and exterior. Using repeated simplicity to create complexity, I aim to make work that invites contemplation.