Traveling the world as part of my schooling, I have come to think that I do not have one hometown, but several. Having lived in Japan, The United Arab Emirates, The United States, and China, has aided me to handle risk, experimentation, and failure across different cultures. This life is the backbone of my artistic endeavors in which I assimilate the materiality and physicality of clay and photography to propel my inner desire to track a shifting identity.
Thesis completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Alfred University Honors Program.
Honors thesis, Art, Ceramics, Photography