Image of a 'toilet'made of clay on light pink digitally imposed background. Four legged stool with a hole in the center. The legs are raw red clay with sparkly mica flake and white shiny glazed polka dots. The top is solid white glaze  with illustrations
Toilet 2020 Tin glazed earthenware, mica flake, mason stain 11” x 11” x 15”
Four separate pieces on a pink digitally imposed background. The main basin is square and made of red earthenware clay with a concave internal space with a hole at the bottom for water drainage. The inside bowl of the sink is glazed white with mason stain
manually operated sink (wash basin, collection vessel, water pitcher, table) 2020 tin glazed earthenware, mica flake, mason stain 15” x 15” x 10” (wash basin), 8” x 8” x 10” (collecttion vessel), 7” x 7” x 5.5” (water pitcher), 10” x 10” x 8” (table), 2020
Photographs of interior spaces. The photos are heavily contrasted and mostly cast in shadow, with light entering through the windows. Some photos show free standing bathtubs and weeds grow out of the walls.
bathroom caves 2020 Unfired stoneware, garbage, weeds

My work confronts and celebrates repressed topics, mainly bathroom and death rituals. Offering a lighthearted approach to these subjects through interdisciplinary mediums, I encourage conversation and acceptance. I am seeking answers as I navigate my own conflicting emotions toward these topics. My studio work offers a window into this internal conflict; a chaotic and honest expression of my complicated relationship with mortality. I work with mainly found materials and draw upon their impermanence. My materials are prone to rot, and my work is not made to last. My pieces are fragile, just as our bodies are.