I am an artist working with queer histories and images, through performance and installation. My practice of reclaiming material from queer archives and other cultural resources related to the historic marginalization of LGBTQ people is met with my practice of myth-making and ritual to pay homage to previous generations and posthumously liberate them. I feed my brain queer culture and history and become “possessed” by  feelings and stories I imagine when I create my work. Embodying research and archiving is crucial to the ritual and myth-making component of my work. Using dance to activate my installations creates new collective moments surrounding the research.















(Everything comes in storms)