As an artist, I want to tell stories. From micro to macro, from tender to ugly, I aim to capture and elaborate on the choreography in our everyday behavior. In an effort to make these stories as accessible as possible and to speak to their complexity, I use the body (dance), sound (music), and visual (video). My choreographic tool set has informed my video editing process just as setting up a visual frame enables me to design a soundscape. My work utilizes wit, surrealism, and chance to draw unexpected parallels. When I think about what I want to achieve as an artist, I envision multimedia work that enables the audience to step inside these moments and feel a visceral connection to their story. I deeply value getting to the core of every story I tell. I am earnest and driven in my attempt to deliver what the client is asking for, but also to go above and beyond in capturing the essence of their story.