"My work revolves around ideas of memory, preservation and both the psychological and physical aspects of the human condition.
In the process of laying down memory, signals move through individual nerve cells as tiny electrical charges. These electrical charges form the basis of our memories, thoughts and feelings. They are repeated when one recalls an event, image, emotion or even a scent. As we age or sustain trauma, this procedure can fail but frequently accessed memories can last indefinitely.
Through exploring these processes of memory and the intricate and complex networks involved in allowing us to retain, make and remember memories, I have become aware of how miraculous our minds really are."