Investigating themes of memory, domesticity, attention, and anxiety, my work integrates photography and language to document everyday tensions in marital life and cross-cultural encounters. I shoot, shift, write, record, capture, and caption the mundane. Working in the space between photography, literature and time-based video, much of my work combines visual imagery and text, reworking them into a new poetics. The imagery is often drawn from everyday, domestic scenes in which fears, anxieties or doubt cast a large shadow. Consistently investigating the nature of dreams, mysterious narratives, and personal memories, I combine and layer multiple story fragments to create a poetics that subverts a linear understanding.