My studio practice is largely interdisciplinary and relies heavily on time-intensive processes. These include the fiber techniques of embroidery and paper-making, as well as printmaking, bookbinding structures, and perhaps most importantly, the idea of process as content. My most recent pieces observe the universe through the lens of the past. This contrast serves to highlight our modern technological era and our acceptance of disconnection through a growing withdrawal from reality. I counter this acceptance through the commitment of intensive hours relating to our struggle to find the answers. Repetitive motion represents the endeavors of humanity and our attempts to overcome our insignificance while serving as a reminder of our need for connection.