The first contact between two people is initially divided into tangible senses, such as touch, smell, and taste. These senses are, at their very core, only tangible. The revelations afterward that are possible only through being unbeknownst will make the viewer vulnerable, but this vulnerability is necessary to lead to exciting new epiphanies. This experience creates a desire to depict this tension that focuses on the human figures and the intangible sexual tension that binds them, abstracting it not quite to the point of unfamiliarity, giving the audience the ability to become affected by these intimate scenes. Through this experience, desire is created to see the tension between these figures and the difficulty to create real physical connections with one another is revealed by the mixing of the tangible and intangible. This is further complicated by the inherent visual seductiveness, along with the conciseness of the situation, adding manifold layers of thoughts, emotions, and meanings. Platforms are provided where female identities can break apart the rigid molds of stigmas embedded into society by men, who have throughout history, been the deciders of what is taboo for women to express.  

Most recent works are primarily created on paper varied between many types of printmaking methods. Printmaking methods especially invigorate the reflex to repetitively make layers and multiple works on paper. By creating intimate situations and breaking the passivity of the spectator, work is created through labor-intensive processes, which can be seen explicitly as a personal exorcism ritual. An awareness of divinity enhances this ritual and is simply an instinct within me wanting to create conversation.