My work begins with the desire to create compelling and engaging imagery through ambiguous narratives riddled with uncanny elements. I use a recurring visual vocabulary that, ever-evolving, is drawn from childhood and nostalgic places, religion, and imagined spaces. The uneasiness and darker tone of my work speaks to issues of anxiety in the modern world and to the existence of and the blurring of the good and bad natures of humankind. My work explores ideas regarding women’s rights, gender, and personal themes through a mix of surrealism, old story book illustration, and pop art.
I am strongly influenced many of the female surrealist artists and Pop Art. Currently I have been immensely inspired by David Lynch, Edward Gorey, Francesca Woodman, and Marcel Dzama.
These days I've been exploring embroidery and developing my painting style.