With a background in collaborative documentary video, I have continued to think through conventions of the documentary form as tools for embodied research and visual analysis. What I consider a poetic-investigative approach had lead my work through subtle modes of social interaction, framing intersections within regional histories, contemporary architecture, and the politics of place as registers of powerful experiential and phenomenological contradictions.
As a material analogue to my video practice, I use installation, printed matter, and sculpture to produce playful literalizations of haptic and visual phenomena, seeking the moment where images and physical exchange tense up.