I create interdisciplinary, research-driven artworks, which function as investigations into human and non-human interactions and interfacings. As a mode of creation, I look to research as a framework for working. Like any researcher, my practice involves investigating specific elements of the world around me and providing new insights and perspectives into these topics. I enjoy working in the threshold between art and science, taking elements from both disciplines and amalgamating them in new ways. By transforming, reframing, and disassembling material — I seek to produce metaphor, resonance, allusion, and affect. It is through these assemblages that I attempt to make my audience come to see the world differently according to the artwork itself. I find my work most successful when it causes my audience to think and feel at once.