My performances and projects are presented in museums, galleries, festivals, theatres, universities and public spaces internationally. My body is my primary tool in my practice, and I use personal narrative as a point of departure to engage with audiences about contemporary social issues. My performance art practice is created in conversation and community, and I’m inspired and influenced by points of tension and dissonance, frictions and fractures. I’m driven by a desire for meaningful, intimate exchange with an audience, where a potent performance can be a catalyst for dialogue and embody a sense of hope.