Bodies and anatomy have always fascinated me. My goal, when developing a style, was to achieve an understanding of the human form - enough to be able to manipulate its shapes. Lumpy deformities, rogue hairs and exposed erogenous zones soften and humanize these creatures in my eyes, making them feel more relatable. I use inexpensive and oftentimes recycled materials, rejoicing at the multi-functionality of toilet paper, glitter, finger paint and Elmer’s glue. My creative process is often unstructured, with adventitious subject matter and composition.