I make objects as stand-ins for people. Imbuing domestic life with a transformational quality both in the material and in the content that reflects the oddity, pain, and comedy of living. I reconfigure my life into mementos. An immobile, Jell-O basketball. A rubber trampoline falling under it’s own weight. A radiator, unable to be turned on, unable to warm anyone - least of all the wet sock that adorns it. These objects, just like the people they represent, have structural problems, limiting their ability to function, and highlighting their pathos. I obsess over my memories and ways of infusing nostalgia and lost love into objects, often with humorous, minimal, and monochromatic approaches to the display.