A fluid, highly collaborative practice reflects our contemporary restlessness, blurred boundaries and expanded definitions of art. I am particularly drawn to projects that fuse physicality and time with technology, connecting what we hold onto and what we let go. Sculptural objects, live performances, installations, video portraits and social orchestrations explore vulnerability and amplify humanity through technology. A machine wants to be a priority in someone’s life; light is drawn on a dancer's body; portraits reveal enduring age; light becomes a rain shower of memory. Artists and technologists speed date; shadows fill an empty space; and a social app brings civilized flirting to the dating space. Each work begins to shape the ephemeral and intimate energy between people in a voice that is introspective, conceptual, and relentlessly generative.