My work in paper is characterized by formal rigor upended by a sense of whimsy, and is
rooted in process, play, and the qualities of buoyancy and agility intrinsic to paper.
I make objects and installations that engage an interaction between the physicality of
paper and pigment, and the visible but immaterial elements of reflected color, cast
shadows, and negative space. Pleasure and color are central and life-affirming, and I
enjoy straddling the line between playful humor and spare form.

Lately, a variety of strategies have come into play. I have become interested in weaving
free-standing and wall-based sculptural works with strips of paper. Also, making
collages from the detritus generated by paper constructions – a process that
approaches painting through found mark-making – has become another avenue of
exploration. I view my collection of paper scraps and fragments from earlier
constructions as a compost heap from which something new can be made.