My body is my story. It reveals needs and journeys and wants and insecurities and love and science and perseverance and time. There’s a give and take as it wades through physical experience, a push and pull wherein it marks the world and the world marks it. My work speaks to these marks. It speaks to the way that visual traces left in the aftermath of physical experience can be composed to depict the process or experience from which they came. It’s a little like visual autobiography. In the same way that the meeting between land and ocean spawns a shore, my work stems from the body’s communion with other individuals, materials, and topographies.