I frequently describe my art as boring.

This is not meant to be self-deprecating, it is an acknowledgement that my work is about paying attention to seemingly unspectacular things; things that often unfold or buildup through space and time. I see time as an active element that affects our perceptions and relationships, which is why as an artist I am often drawn to time-based media, series, and installation. I am interested in what happens when you listen to breathing or stare at the drops of water accumulating on the lens of a camera. While I have always been drawn to ordinary and mundane things, as an artist I am equally invested in the systems and sociopolitical spheres that ordinary events, things, spaces, and people are attached to.