As a multi-disciplinary artist, I am interested in the power dynamics of society and the intended or unintended consequences when shifts in power go unchecked. I choose to reflect upon and frequently challenge these dynamics with large scale, often public, installations, murals, and participatory performances. Through concept-specific materials such as women's underwear, toe tags, and police barricade tape I create striking experiences that instigate curiosity and solution-based ideas around social justice and environmental concerns. While challenging myself to rethink these materials I am also challenging the viewers to reconsider their perceived realities. This opens up a dialog for community vetted and supported change through collective exploration and action. As I work to create comprehensive progress through my art I hope others will choose to be active participants in the discussion, and thus the momentous change we can create together.