In my current textile installation work, I strive to create large-scale allegorical narratives that utilize analog and digital craft and technology. As a designer and an artist, I hope my work suggests a fusion between clean elegant design, and the raw underpinnings of creative expression. I am preoccupied by the dichotomies within the human condition, and notions pertaining to gender, mortality, existence, and sexual identity. Much of my work is informed by historic iconography and nature studies, as well representations of endangered species, and the oncoming Anthropocene. All my textile work is a synthesis of several methods of artistry, including painting, drawing, stitching, and printing with innovative large-format digital printing technology. I hope my digitally printed textile installations ignite deep spiritual forays into the imagination, and generate personal reflection on what is hidden, whether it be our own personal demons, or our lust for life.