I make work to know myself, and to know others.
I am interested in the human body as a social entity that changes in drastic and minute ways in order to inhabit shared and intimate spaces. I believe deeply in community and am fascinated by context. I endeavor to understand how we transition within our physical selves: how one body can be student, child, customer, lover, in charge, powerless, stranger. The caregiver-body, the body that demands, the mixed body, the dancer body. I am drawn to laughter. I am compelled by absurdity, caricature, and shame. I make dances which ask how, from our multiple selves, we construct shared ideas of home, work, play, place, and belonging.