I am a designer of simple and quiet forms used to facilitate gatherings, from small- scale exchanges to large communal events. They are tools supporting and enriching the events of everyday life.
I am a designer sensitive to concerns of necessity, function and the use of space. Individual lifestyles and behaviors of communities are important to the context of my work. I want my design to support lifelong practices, participate in the communal exchange, and endure through use.
I am a maker intimate with my material resources and the environments they come from. My work is about connections, physical and symbolic. Through the use of cordage and weaving techniques I explore forms in fiber, wood, plastic, and metal.