I am especially interested in the power of land- and cityscapes to record and imply narrative. My recent work in paper and book formats focuses on the interaction of public and private history patterns and the individual stories that compose them. I use processes including printmaking, papermaking, drawing, and photography, stitched with found objects. Current subject matter includes sites that reflect personal or family history.
Construction techniques are based in my experience as a fifth generation fiber artist, synthesizing family heritage with training in painting, architecture, and design, beginning with on-site landscape studies.