As a trauma survivor, I am interested in making work that explores the development of identity.  Working primarily in sculpture, sound, image and installation, I investigate how the mind adapts by changing the way memory perceives and comprehends an event. Through the use of functionality, mnemonic translations, connectors and transformations, my work simultaneously references the development of my identity as a survivor and the new relationship created between survivor, artist and society.  This constellation of mediums constructs an ongoing map that leads the viewer through my obsessive interpretations.