Through the use of photographic montage, mixed media, textiles, and sculptural treatment of photographs, my work examines memory, family, and mending of the past. My work is a chaotic stew of elements sewn back together and made whole. I employ a breaking and mending process in all my work, and certainly in the represented. Deconstruction of imagery forces contemplation. Reconstruction acts as a mending of that which feels broken or disparate. Together these processes result in my constructed memory of my life experiences.