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My practice aims to find new ways to represent the intangible world and feelings that live outside our own atmosphere. This interest in the interstellar world began when the Mars Opportunity rover was declared dead in February 2019 with these final words echoing across news headlines: my battery is low and it is getting dark. The undeniable human quality of this sentence struck me with sadness and I set out to find a way to commemorate the rover in some way.


As an artist living with a progressively disabling condition, I leverage the awe-inspiring nature of this circumstance as an opportunity to take a step back—a beckoning for meditation that seeks to evoke a profound sense of tranquility. In this perspective, there is a unique beauty in recognizing that nothing can supersede the everlasting symphony constantly unfolding around us. The resulting artistic creations become a representation of the wonders of the universe, offering a slice of perspective. 


The majority of my work takes form through screen printing, risograph printing, and book binding. I work to experiment and push the boundaries of the mediums in order to achieve my goals with representation.

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