I am an artist and anthropologist. My artistic and academic practices are platforms to address the lively political, habitual, magical, and material entanglements of photography. I focus on practices of photography to advocate for invisible and under-represented aspects of more than human worlds.
My works break down photography to explore the significance of its fundamental properties and relational entanglements: light and dark, image and materiality. I build devices related to photography and break apart existing cameras and photographs, re-building them into new forms. Using cameras, video, film, and writing, I create installations and performances to address ethics in photography and to propose new forms of collectivity.