By the time I was eighteen, I had lived in sixteen separate places. Moving so many times has caused me to develop an unconventional system of organization for my memories. When retrieving a memory, I have no guess as to what year it occurred or even to my age at the time of its occurrence. Instead, my memories are organized by the house in which I was living when the memory formed. Based on these experiences, much of my work revolves around a sense of place. Although the work crosses a variety of media, such as painting as well as alternative photographic processes, the exploration of relationships between memory, location, and identity remains a common theme.