Drawing upon history and technology, my work tells a human story framed by our time. Adaptation, struggle, evolution, cooperation, objectification – these themes recur in my work taking form in movement, sound, light, language, and sculpture.
My works integrate contemporary dance, physical theater, video, sculpture, clown, and sound compositions. I am a long-time collaborator with Imago Theatre touring North America and creating video work for their acclaimed production, The Black Lizard. My work as a choreographer and dancer includes directing movement for stage adaptations of works by Ursula K. Le Guin directed by Jan Powell.
Currently, I am developing a multi-faceted body of work centered on a collection of used purses. The collection provokes a strong female gaze. My work has received support from the Oregon Arts Commission, the Regional Arts and Culture Council and the Alembic Resident Artist Program.