My work explores the acceptance of transience and imperfection within the philosophical Japanese aesthetic theory of Wabi-Sabi. As a result it embraces asymmetry, texture, simplicity, intimacy and an appreciation of natural processes.


I do not attempt to dictate a reading, but rather to provoke the viewer to reflect inwards. I want the individual to immerse themselves in a new dialogue and question constructed theories around gender and identity by sharing in the intimacy of my processes.