I am driven by questioning what is reality and what is perception. My practice engages with this question through a mediation of culture and personal experience, resulting in audio, visual and site-specific works that use found footage, field recordings and digital compositions. Through these strategies I articulate the obscure relationship between nature and technology and bring forth a sense of disharmony between intangible poetry vs. human confinement.

My works frame themselves as individual athmospheric warps that investigate the ambiguous relationship between human limitations and infinity of time and space. At its core my work is about constructing unknown entities from selected preexisting fragments.