Through my work I explore concepts of connectedness; with our whole selves, with each other, our communities, with the natural world, and the divine of the universe at large. Everything is interrelated. Exploring and studying these themes of connectedness can help us better understand our place in the larger picture and what part we play in sculpting this world and the communities we live in.
Having spent many years working on programing around sustainability and community solutions to global social and environmental justice issues, my art is also reflective of the themes I encountered in that work including; community, struggle, healing, brokenness, resistance and love. There are many things broken about our world and its social structures and we are each called to play a part in creating and re-envisioning a more beautiful and healing society. Art is where I practice that visioning and healing with hopes that from there, it can more easily manifest in our everyday lives.