The landscapes of my home in Connecticut are important to me. When I was young, I went to the woods for seclusion and comfort. While I wandered through the woods, I discovered a passion for storytelling. Now that I no longer live in New England, I miss the familiar landscapes of home. As a way to foster my sentiment for the woods, I write poetic narratives and create objects to illustrate this natural landscape.
I combine my interests of classic Americana art and literature with brutalist architecture and modern furniture to create immersive installations. I primarily use concrete and hardwood to materially bridge the unnatural with the natural. I use landscapes as platforms for self-reflection and personal narrative.