My work hovers around the nature of beauty and sensuality; obstructing common iconography of beauty with the visceral or unexpected. Due to Western associations between beauty and gender, gender is an inherent conceptual focus. My aesthetic is romantic and apparitional. I explore notions of duality by using materials such as metal and paper which differ in terms of fragility and strength to create biomorphic sculptures which implicitly suggest the feeling of bodies. The work I do is an exploration of the temporal nature of existence and the environments in which we operate as we attempt to ground ourselves in real time.