My work has spanned a variety of mediums, including photography, video, collage, installation, and performance. Generally, I work with themes that relate to the experiences of women and the fragmentation of the female body. I also make work about interactions between men and women, and how these interactions play out in building relationships and understanding, as well as work that responds to the current political and cultural climate. I examine the objectification of the female body, reproductive rights, sexual assault, and continuous attacks on a woman’s right to be autonomous. In this exploration, I find that, as much as things change, they still stay very much the same.
When creating the series “La Belle Fleur Sauvage,” I wanted to show an unconventional body that is not always seen in photographic art. I wanted this body to exist… Doing everyday things that are non-monumental. In the work, I hope that the viewer reflects on their own reactions to each image and questions how they truly feel when looking at a person comfortable in a body that is not conventional.