My work centers on (be)longing. I straddle lines between multiple marginalized identities: Black, queer, and Jewish. I am constantly observing structures from the periphery, and attempting to build a web around the outside for myself and others who find themselves there. I weave together found and original photography, video, and text to embolden objects, topics, and situations which are critical to radical cultural reorientation I believe is now necessary.


My work seeks to further explore the potential of the queer family and home, the ways identity impacts radical becoming, and the power dynamics of honesty, in order to ultimately undermine racial capitalist modes of seeing and being.