I utilize the multidisciplinary forms of photography, video, sculpture, performance and drawing to explore the social structures which constitute human interaction within a culture. In order to expose collective consciousness and patterns of behavior, I often ask strangers to become participants and collaborators in my projects. The immediacy of my working method, wherein participants are invited to act freely and with little
or no direction before the camera, fosters an improvisational approach that reveals hidden aspects of these structures and allows individual voices to be heard.
The resulting bodies of works often consist of series of case studies which focus on questions of the strategies of our self-definition that are often rooted in our economic, social and cultural surroundings.
My goal is to expose the ways in which the human psyche is shaped by one’s cultural, political, and economical surroundings.