I am an artist from Los Angeles. I was born here and did most of my education here, but
I also studied for a year in Frankfurt at Stäedelschule. I love being an artist in Los Angeles because it has so many resources. I feel like I can learn how to make almost anything here.
I am mostly known for my sculptures, but I come from an education in analog photography and still produce optical, cameraless prints. My objects evolved out of my interests in candid and documentary, chemical-based photography, which eventually led me to create candles, unique lost-wax bronze casts, and blown glass artworks. Since I began working with those materials, I have expanded my use of them, mixing materials and processes to incorporate stone, heirlooms, and fiber into my current exhibition, Faultline, at Francois Ghebaly Gallery.