I am inspired by questions that do not have clear answers. My search for self has been my most challenging inquiry. Being raised between two military career households presented both flux and constancy throughout my childhood. Traumas that I have endured have shaped and haunted me, from losing a sibling to emotional manipulation. My practice explores my deep-rooted vulnerabilities without embellishment or apology. I view my identity as a combination of differing perspectives and experiences, coexisting with lived traumas through both consciousness and dreams. Through drawing and sculpture, I make human representations that reveal human resilience. Juxtaposing different materials represents how human experience is not singular, rather, it is a spectrum of varying modes of being, perspectives, identities, and memories.