By using obsessive repetition of decorative elements and process-driven labour in my work, I attempt to challenge limits of adornment, contemporary consumption and its tendencies towards excess. My painstakingly obsessive sculptures use embellishment to speak to notions of craft production and decoration.

The physical body is referenced through arduous routine repetition used to alter my found materials. My works reference ostentation and design, allude to the dual nature of pleasure and pain, while also engaging the dialogue between the mass-produced and the hand-made.