My installations are products of chaos.  My work has been an exhausting ritual of layering and tearing, breaking and exposing, and piling and purging, to recreate my own muddled maturation.

My work exaggerates the turmoil of my narrative using a combination of painting, sculpture and found

objects.

This Isn’t How Anything Should Have Gone is a cluttered combination of props and fragments of my autobiographical script, assembled to produce an overwhelming composition. 

Un-Posturing leaks the secrets of a less mannered self through the strata of a socially acceptable manufactured identity, crumbling under the weight of their own construction.