Through my studio practice I investigate fibers, tissues, and other particles with prefixes of micro. I create quasi-fictional biological landscapes of the microscopic in shifting scales. From small cast-glass monuments to installations that envelope entire walls, my work seeks to create kinship with the minute by raising questions about the materiality of our being.  

As works on paper, sculpture, and installation, my work is formally occupied in stretching concepts of drawing. Drawing becomes an act of metaphysical remembering, an essential muscle memory. I trace the path of a line as it extends from my body and through my hand, and then back inward where it becomes intertwined with the innumerable other lines that, together, form the inspiration for my work.