My work is born of reflection, derived from a lived American life as well as a peripheral heritage offering East Indian culture and modal music. Each piece stands as a testament to history, human experience, and the endlessness of the search for remembering and rediscovering that which was once familiar.  

My current exploration, Burial and Remembrance, examines the fragility of the actual; the processing of our place in the now, and ultimately, acceptance. Experiences and materials become connections as they intersect, live and pass through interstitial, transitional moments towards adulthood and endings--lost, found, dissected, and/or reconstructed into sensations driven by comfort.