My hope is to be a catalyst. I want my creative art practice to be a platform activated by people. By curating personal, intimate spaces and inviting others in to participate in performative, interactive happenings that let the viewer take on the art and connect with it. My art creates time and space for honesty, questioning and vulnerability. Encouraging dialogue and interpersonal interaction is vital to my practice. The love for interpersonal connection comes from wanting to be known and heard and still loved. With video performance and relational experiences I have created work that involves my personal spiritual journey yet invites the audience to insert themselves into the space of the piece. My work has key points and crafted ambiguity. My goal is to open up dialogue about life, spirituality, and connection between people. I want my art practice to cultivate connection, whether it happens within the context of the actual art or outside of it. People coming together is the most important. Through photography, video, installation, and performative action, my work speaks openly about deep relationships and letting art be a medium for real friendship to form.