I conceptualize memory as compressed layers.  Each layer comprised of shards of information vital to our consciousness and our identity.  These fragments, once solidly embedded on the surface, slowly fade, soften and become veiled with the passing of time. 

I am interested in the preservation, shifting, reconciliation and the particularization of memory.  After the actual experiences of an event, we often change and shape our perception into something more agreeable and manageable, something we can better understand and compartmentalize.

Through a controlled but playful exploration of non-traditional materials, I experiment with different ways to capture, recall, and contain layered memories.