I am inspired by my fears.
I vow to make work from a place of authenticity. I create the work I’m afraid to make, with the questions I’m fearful to ask. My “fear of…” serves as my greatest tool for unlocking my movement intuition and creative mind. My “fear of…” is my key out of my mental capacity and into my bodily knowledge. And my choice to face my “fear of…” drives my choreographic process.
My art celebrates our greatness and revels in our messiness. It empathizes with human kind and brings light to the shadows we lack to acknowledge. My art is alive and colorful. My art is whole.