As a conceptual artist, I work from an idea and employ whatever medium I feel best represents that idea. I am interested in the domestic, often working with household appliances, vintage fabrics, clothing, and sewing. I find that blending the coldness of appliances and machinery with warm, childlike, and nostalgic elements reveals truths of humanity, affection, and empathy. Much of my artistic practice comes from a personal inspection of gender roles and binaries. I have been exploring work closely tied to personal life. Photographing my loved ones feels like an act of power, where I can create an archival space for queer and alternative bodies. Shooting on film is integral to this, as the process is slow, rhythmic, and intimate, and the negatives create a physical footprint and archive. Most recently, I have delved into sound art and binaries between visual art and music by releasing an album. I believe that the more we stray from traditional and accepted means of artmaking, the more we are provoking and questioning the viewer’s internal biases, beliefs, and judgment.