As a child, I spent a lot of time creating my own fantasies. My twin sister and I would design castles out of cardboard boxes, make fairy houses out of moss, leaves, and sticks, build colorful forts out of every sheet and pillow in the house. As adults, many of us wish we could go back to this state of mind; of being in the moment, of feeling fulfilled and surrounded by people who share our whimsical ideas. After leaving childhood these spaces become more difficult to find yet they are still in us. My work focuses on finding and sharing these spaces where people come to life, get in touch with their creativity, and are present in time and space.
PERSONAL UTOPIAS, 2015-16: Thesis project, Bachelor of Arts in Photography, Bard College, NY advised by Tim Davis.