Below is a collection of narrative and experimental videos that I have worked on. Moving Image is often a way for me to express myself in an exciting way. i see many of these pieces as time capsules in different areas of my artistic journey.
Degree was a product of a Summer Scholars Research award. Degree explores the women in my Family's access to education through four generations. How do the choices of the women who came before us shape the choices we make in regards to education, careers, family? Degree explores these questions through a lens of personal struggle and triumph of my mother and grandmothers.
Woman: a Video Collage
This piece was featured in UD's Juried show Maskerade. Woman is a piece inspired by Roxanne Gay's Bad Feminist. Woman takes a a look at what it means to be a feminist...but a 'rather bad one.' How does one balance being a feminist and liking the color pink? It seems impossible. Through found footage and collage animations, Woman tries to expand on the struggles faced by the modern woman living through third wave feminism.
Oh lord examines my rather laid-back relationship with God, despite my Catholic school education's best wishes. Maybe God is what you feel when you forget to take out the trash? or maybe you feel God when you remember.
Dark Fantasy was the first piece made after college students were brought back onto campuses in the fall of 2020. After months of playing Minecraft alone in a childhood bedroom instead of living a normal college experience...Dark fantasy was the first experimental piece that made me realize what the worldwide pandemic had done to my creative journey.
Growing up is an ode to childhood and the various bumps you have to run into along the way to find out where you really belong. This piece tells the story of upbringing through childhood items and animated photos. It resonates through a shared human experience that is the awkwardness and the beauty of going through life not really understanding what it actually means to grow up.
Roma fade is an experimental piece that plays with programming to create rasterized images to represent the ideas of artist and muse relationship in the song 'Roma Fade' by Andrew Bird. This piece breathes new life into a centuries old trope by exploring how the artist and their muse interact in the modern era.