My work explores geometric abstraction through the tradition of weaving, which requires a creative and technical mindset to solve visual and structural puzzles. 


Imagery, rendered by the interlacing of warp and weft, are embedded in the very structure of the cloth. The interplay of yarns produces discernible color tones and textures that support a deeper exploration of translucency, opacity, saturation, and dimension.


Inspired by Formalism and the Bauhaus, I compose using basic shapes like blocks and stripes to address formal considerations of pattern, symmetry, color interaction, and the notion that ordered systems can still flirt with chance, interruption, and improvisation.