My body of work extends across a variety of mediums, including performance, installation, film and objects. Motivated by a vocational pull towards social sculpture, the works serve as a vehicle for materializing psychologically-oriented narratives through a lens that addresses the macrocosmic in the microcosmic. I typically divulge themes of cyber-feminism, spirituality, trauma and their orbiters, and it’s common for me to include elements of my personal occult practice within my oeuvre—particularly through the use of ritual. My visual language is dotted with popular female archetypes from entertainment media, which I use as totems for various psycho-social undercurrents that colour contemporary Western culture. These archetypal symbols function as visuals tool for bridging the primordial with the contemporary.