Our body of work responds to ideas of self-reflection, culture, and consumerism as they relate to the intimacy of the human mind. We use text and image as a way to engage our viewer, who has a crucial role to play in these performances. As such, our practice aspires to be accessible while also representing a moment in time, a fraction of space where the viewer evaluates the images emotionally, visually, and intellectually.

We work with concepts that appeal to the imagination, and wish to encourage self-analysis and interpretation, the viewer is at the very core of our work.