This ongoing project is a way for me to try to capture extraordinary humans being their ordinary selves. No posing, no staging, no directing of any kind, just raw unedited portraits of the people in my life.
Using a process invented in the 1850s, these one of a kind images were created using silver, light, and a 100 year old wooden camera.
This series is a reflection of my processing of the sexual and emotional trauma I’ve endured in my life. These pieces represent the delicacy of body and soul being crushed against their will, but not allowing this act to take away from the beauty that existed before. Each piece showcases flowers I've collected on my travels and pressed in my journal.
Monstrosity is a project turned small business I started in 2010 in which I turned my illustrations into 3D soft sculptures. I have since then sold my monsters in shops all over the country and to people all over the world.