I am engaged by the power of spaces. These spaces can be inside or outside— buildings, highways, forests, theater stages—but the specific structure of each space always exerts a unique influence on how people move and what they feel in that environment. I am interested in how audiences experience a space and in the eye of the viewer in such a context. My work is concerned with movement patterns and structural relationships and in the physical and psychological effects of spatial elements. Drawing on my formal training as a dancer and choreographer, I create installations, images, and other site-specific works that expose or reimagine architectural and environmental spaces. I often use sound, video, light, or other forms to amplify and reinforce the elements of a space and to expose the choreography inherent in a specific environment.