My work addresses issues surrounding the perception of the female body, the performance of gender, and sexuality through the scope of the media and religion. Satire and humor are used to convey a message, subverted through a bait-and-switch method. Performance and video play roles in relaying information, using human bodies within an installation or set to create a montage of imagery and motion. I am interested in the power of materials and colors: how fringe, sequins, embroidery, and textiles form links to class and gender. Working with domestic spaces, creating aesthetically overwhelming environments, and constructing absurd objects to compose a curated installation are all common themes in my practice.