I strongly believe that art can be an agent for change. I seek to activate public and private spaces in ways that are engaging, immersive, and contemplative. My process involves creating with intent, placing context into my work, and meeting the community where they are. Each project tells a story about the surrounding site and the lives of the people who engage with the work. Creating public art is a collaborative process, and I embrace working with various stakeholders involved to develop artworks that engage the community and imbue a sense of respect for the site. My work can be found nationally and has been given both permanent and transient homes in the City of Poplar Bluff, Lee’s Summit, Ballwin, Manchester, Chesterfield, Ellisville and Brentwood.