I create art installations, objects and artist’s books, using craft based materials that explore the seemingly chance events that occur in our lives. My artwork responds to cultural shifts examining genetic markers and traits, the daily consumption of pharmaceuticals and adaptive behaviors on our DNA. These ideas are expressed using text as a narrative vehicle that uses white porcelain signifying a sanitary/hygienic material.

The element of chance conception has dominated my art practice for over a decade. Initially the focus was a personal narrative exploring the differences of when gender is formed in conception. My recent artwork explores recognizable biological symbols at the moment of inception, specifically, our genetic DNA and all of the information encoded within it.

My current art responds to these expanding realms of science, ethics and social behavior as the roll of the dice in life plays out. I will watch, create and observe both the predictable and accidental, which yield indescribable patterns of beauty and chaos.